EOSS 338 CU Boulder - Gateway to Space - Recap

A single 3000g balloon was launched on Sunday April 16, 2023 from Deer Trail Colorado. The balloon carried 9 Gateway to Space BalloonSats to an altitude of approximately 104,000 feet. The balloon landed southeast of Arriba CO.

MIleage link for club members is here.


EOSS-336/337 COSGC Spring Launch - Recap

A 3000g balloon and a 1500g balloon were launched from Deer Trail, Colorado on Saturday April 1, 2023. These balloons carried payloads developed by Colorado Space Grant Consortium students. The 3000g balloon reached 107,835 feet and the 1500g balloon burst at 63,885 ft. The balloons landed north of Stratton, Colorado.

Mileage link for club members  https://forms.gle/qJjy47iTHF5ywDPJ6

EOSS-335 NDIA-Sponsored Student STEM Launch - Recap

A single 3000g balloon was launched at 7:00am MDT from Deer Trail Colorado on Sunday March 26, 2023. The balloon carried over 300 student experiments collected into two payloads sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association. The balloon reached an altitude of 104,416 feet. The balloon landed 4.3 miles northeast of Arickaree Colorado.The balloon was recovered after a 0.5 mile hike into a dormant field.

EOSS-332/333/334 Evergreen HS, Golden HS, & Westminster HS - Recap

Three exempt (small) balloons were launched from Deer Trail, Colorado on Saturday, January 14, 2023. The balloons landed near Cope, Colorado.

EOSS-331 COSGC Fall Launch - Recap

A single balloon was launched on Saturday, November 5, 2022 at approximately 7:28am MDT.

EOSS-330 Metro State University - Intro to Space - Recap

EOSS-330 was launched as a single heavy balloon with Metro State University student payload experiments from Deer Trail Colorado on 10/29/2022 at 7:48 am.  It burst at a maximum altitude  of 101, 899 feet.  All EOSS and Metro State University payloads were recovered northwest of Lindon, Colorado at an elevation of 4,739  and Lattitude, Longitude of 39.804771,-103.449939.  



EOSS-329 was launched on 10/15/22 at 0800 from Deer Trail, Colorado (39.608237, -104.041984).  It reached a burst altitude of 93,0720 Ft.  All payloads were recovered approximately 8 miles NW of Flagler, Colorado (39.41828, -103.10803)  

EOSS Member Mileage Reimbursement Link

EOSS-326/327/328 COSGC & Ball Aerospace BIRST Flights - Recap

The Colorado Space Grant Colleges Summer Launch and the Ball Aerospace BIRST flights were launched as 3 exempt balloons from Genoa Colorado and were recovered south of Hugo, Colorado.

EOSS-326 was launched at 0703 MST and reached a maximum altitude of 91,899 ft

EOSS-327 was launched at 0715 MST and reached a maximum altitude of 91,544 ft

EOSS-328 was launched at  0739 MST and reached a maximum altitude of 88,718 ft

EOSS Member Mileage Reimbursement link

Metro State University - Senior Design Project

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EOSS-325 Metro State University - Intro to Space - Recap

A single 1500g balloon was launched on Sunday April 24, 2022 following a ground-wind launch scrub on the previous day. The balloon carried payloads from Metro State University Denver's Introduction to Space class. The balloon was launched at 0700 MDT and gained an altitude of 93,838 ft. The balloon landed at 0909 MDT a mile south of Lindon, Colorado on Highway 36 east of Last Chance, Colorado.


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