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Edge of Space Sciences (EOSS) is a Denver, Colorado based non-profit organization that promotes science and education by exploring frontiers in amateur radio and high altitude balloons.  Click "Read More" for more information.

EOSS-289 Summit Middle School STEM Flight

One 1500g balloon to fly Summit Middle School student payloads

 

EOSS-287/288 MSU Intro to Space & CU-Bldr Gateway to Space - Recap

The Earth is Not FlatEOSS-287 with eight University of Colorado Gateway to Space payloads weighting 12.48 pounds, two GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 12 ft. Rocketman parachute were launched on a 3000 gram balloon from the Wiggins, CO launch site (N40° 13.48', W104° 4.63') at an elevation of 4,564 feet at 6:30:00 AM MDT on Apr. 14, 2019. The launch site was located slightly north of the football field.

EOSS-285/286 Colorado Space Grant Consortium DemoSats - Recap

EOSS-285 with nine Colorado Space Grant Consortium student payloads weighting 15.5 pounds, two GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 12 ft. Rocketman parachute was launched on a 3000 gram balloon from the Eaton Middle School in Eaton, CO launch site (N40° 31.58', 104° 43.40') at an elevation of 4845 feet at 07:13 AM MST on Apr.

EOSS-284 Spring STEM Flight - Recap

EOSS-283 Qualification Flight Recap

EOSS-283 was launched from Windsor Colorado on 3/10/2019 with six EOSS beacons.  All payloads were recovered just north of the Colorado state line in Nebraska, near Peetz, Colorado.

This flight was particularlly challenging from the beginning because of multiple postponements due to the weather.  Finally, we had a calm day, no extremely cold weather or snow, and a resonable flight prediction that showed landing in the state of Colorado.

EOSS- 281/282 CU Boulder Gateway to Space and DemoSats - Recap

EOSS-281 with ten student Gateway to Space payloads weighting 17.64 pounds, two GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 10 ft.

EOSS-280 Metro State Intro to Space - Recap

EOSS-280 with eight student payloads weighting 14.32 pounds, two GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 12 ft. parachute was launched on a 3000 gram balloon from the Deer Trail, CO launch site (N39° 36.63', 104° 2.53') at an elevation of 5,211 feet at 06:53 AM MST on Nov. 4, 2018. The last packet received before balloon burst was at 8:23 AM at an altitude of 106,717 ft. after an ascent averaging 1223 ft./min. Both the burst altitude and ascent rate were above average for a 3000g balloon.

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