Submitted by Tom Londrigan (... on Mon, 12/05/2016 - 09:31
As in years past we have once again been invited to join the Colorado Space Grant Consortium at CU for our December meeting and attendance of the student final presentations. There will be Pizza and drinks starting at 5:30pm with the presentations starting at 6pm. A short EOSS meeting will follow. Please RSVP through the EOSS yahoo reflector.The presentations will be in the Murray reading room at the CU Discovery Learning Center: https://goo.gl/maps/UDN4yFgUAeo
Submitted by Tom Londrigan (... on Mon, 08/22/2016 - 20:59
EOSS-227 reached an altitude of 65,435ft and was recovered north of Torrington, Wyoming, between highway 159 and the Nebraska border at N 42° 13.614”, W 104° 08.662”. EOSS would like to thank the WY Air National Guard for the use of Camp Guernsey facilities, and the amateur radio operators in Southeast Wyoming for their support, in particular WA7SNU for the use of the Wheatland repe
EOSS 222/223/224 were launched from the Limon launch site at approximately 0830 on May 21st. EOSS-224 was found after 59 days hidden in a wheat field. See the galleries below for additional information.
EOSS-222 landing site was at 39.65567 N, 103.03233 W