EOSS 213 acheived a burst altitude of 89,701ft and landed at 39° 01.956, 103° 15.53
EOSS 214 achieved a burst altitude of 100,352ft and landed at 39° 05.186, 103° 18.722
A video of the ascent and partial descent of EOSS-214 provided by the STEM Academy GoPro can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLfnW8zXsEk&feature=youtu.be
LAUNCH SITE UPDATE. Due to an airspace violation for the Windsor predict, the launch site is shifting to DEER TRAIL.
10/29/15 - Updated Payload plans to Rev B for new lift factor and updated weights.
This flight will be a launch of two 3000g balloons in support of Metropolitan State University and Summit Middle School from Boulder. Additionally, we will be launching payload from STEM School and Academy of Highlands Ranch, and St. John's Military School from Salina Kansas.
Flight prediction for Deer Trail can be viewed here:http://www-frd.fsl.noaa.gov/mab/sdb/predict_0.htm Scroll down to the Deer Trail launch site with the latest initialization and click on the GIF link for a map of the flight path.
EOSS-214 will be flight for Summit Middle School from Boulder. It will consist of 6 student payloads (with 2 subassemblies each for 12 student experiments) from Summit Middle School. Additionally, we will have a payload Saint John's Military School from Salina, Kansas and a payload from STEM School and Academy of Highlands Ranch.
|146.40||KC0D-11||APRS Beacon||Under Test|
Launch Site Simplex: 446.050 MHz
HF - Possible ops: 7.235 LSB
|Alpha||WAØGEH, KCØD||Marty, Mark||Alpha Trackers, Investigator for KCØD-11|
|Bravo||W9CN, KBØYRZ||Mike, Chris, Jen||Trackers, Backup Alpha|
|Delta||KØSCC, KEØBMV||Steve, Parker||Tracker, Launch Team|
|Echo||KE7KCK||Tom||Tracker, Flight Coordinator|
|Foxtrot||WBØDKT, KCØZIE||Glenn, Darren||Tracker, BWB|
|Hotel||NØIX, KCØUUO||Doug, Rob||Tracker, EOSS President|
|India||KDØWHB||Skylar||Student Tracker, APRS STEM|
|Juliet||KD0JIT||Miles||St. Johns Military Academy Students|