This launch of two 3000g latex balloons carries aloft experimetnal payloads from CU Boulder Gateway to Space, Colorado Space Grant Consortium demostats, and a Ozone payload from Watershead School in Boulder.
Latest Flight Prediction (click here, then click GIF to see the map)
This balloon will launch 20 minutes later and carry eight Colorado Space Grant Demosat student payloads built by the following schools:
Colorado Space Grant Consortium website
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This balloon celebrates the 200th EOSS flight and carries payloads of our most active client, Colorado Space Grant Consortium.
This balloon will launch at 0650 MST from our launch site near Windsor Colorado (see a link for directions to the launch site elsewhere on this page).
This balloon will be carrying eight "Gateway to Space" student Balloonsats, the culmination of team efforts: designing, building, and testing payloads with a variety of experiments in each. Details of the program are available at the class website shown below.
Gateway to Space website
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Launch Site Simplex: 146.550 MHz
HF - Possible ops: 7.235 LSB
|Alpha||WA0GEH, KC0D, N0KKZ||Marty, Mark, Rick||Tracking Coordinators|
|Charlie||KC0L||John||Tracker from Texas|
|Delta||K0SCC, KE0BMV||Steve, Parker||Tracker, Launch Team|
|Golf||KB0YRZ, W9CN||Chris, Mike||Tracker|
|Hotel||KA0SDE, KC0IHA||Eric, Matt||Tracker|
|India||KC5TRB||Harry||Tracker, from Oklahoma|
|Juliet||KG5CA||Chuck||Tracker, from Texas, Statocasters|
|Kilo||KC0RPS||Jim||Tracker, Flight Coordinator|
|Lima||WB0DKT, KB6OKA||Glenn, Edna|
|Whiskey||KD0RNY||Chris||Tracker, CU Sponsor, CSG|