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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-294 Metro State University Intro to Space

One 3000g balloon or two 1500g balloons carrying student payloads from two sections of Metro State University's Introduction to Space program.

EOSS-293 NDIA and Fall STEM Flight - Recap

The flight video is available on YouTube at https://youtu.be/KqLGpO5Tk90

EOSS-292 Colorado Space Grant Consortium Summer Flight - Recap

EOSS-292 with four University of Colorado Space Grant payloads and a University of CO ADS-B beacon under development totaling 8.27 pounds, three GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 12-foot Rocketman parachute were launched on a 3000 gram balloon from the Limon, CO launch site (N39° 14.16', 104° 4.517') at an elevation of 5,388 feet at 07:39:10 AM MDT on July 27, 2019.  The last packet received before balloon burst was at 9:

EOSS-291 Ball Aerospace BIRST Program - Recap

EOSS-291 with three  payloads from the Ball Intern Remote Sensing Team (BIRST) from

EOSS-290 GPSL Pella, Iowa - Recap

EOSS-290 with the KCØRPS Geiger counter module, a KCØD APRS radio beacon on a qualification flight, and KE7KCK's GoPro camera weighting a total of 2.71 pounds along with two GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 10 ft. Rocketman parachute were launched on a 1200 gram balloon from the Pella High School athletic fields in Pella, Iowa  (N41° 23.658', W92° 53.328) at an elevation of 855 feet at 08:14:07 AM on June 15, 2019.  The last packet received before balloon burst was at 9:50 AM at an altitude of 99,778 ft.

EOSS-289 Summit Middle School STEM Flight - Recap

EOSS-289 with seven Summit Middle School student payloads weighting 6.3 pounds, an experimental ADS-B aircraft beacon, two GPS-equipped radio beacons, and a 12 ft. Rocketman parachute were launched on a 1500 gram balloon from the Eaton, CO Middle School launch site (N40° 13.48', W104° 4.63') at an elevation of 4,564 feet at 8:09 AM MDT on Apr. 14, 2019.  The launch site was located just off the south parking lot.    The last packet received before balloon burst was at 9:34 AM at an altitude of 96,246 ft.

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

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