EOSS-218

Payload check-in: 0545

Launch time: 0700

Flight path predictions are available here. Scroll down to the flight, date, and anticipated launch site. Click on the GIF link to the right to see a prediction map. Initially the prediction is based on the average winds over 30 years (1981-2010). Starting 15 days before the flight the prediction will be based on the National Weather Service prediction models and will be updated daily. Higher confidence is given to predictions within 3 days of launch, with discussion and final determination of the launch site occurring at that time.

Balloon Type: 
Totex 3000g Latex
Parachute: 
10 ft circumference Sphereachute
Beacons: 
FrequencyCallsignTypeNotes
145.600 MHzKEØBMV-11APRS/Cutter/DFSecondary Beacon
144.340 MHzAEØSS-13APRS/DigipeaterPrimary Beacon
144.390 MHzKEØFXH-1APRS BeaconExperimental Payload