This image of the Hawk was published in a Short Communication in the Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand:

DE Cook, PA Strong, SA Garrett and RE Marshall  (2012).  A small unmanned aerial system (UAS) for coastal atmospheric research: preliminary results from NewZealand.

It shows the Hawk gliding with motor off (the propeller is folded back against the fuselage).  The pitot probe is clearly visible on the port wing. A temperature and humidity probe manufactured by Vaisala Oyj is mounted under the starboard wing.  In this application, all measurements were collected on-board and combined with  time-stamped GPS data for transmission to the Ground Control Station at 0.25 second intervals.

This beautiful photograph was taken by D. Ashman of the Defence Technology Agency.