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(5)I'll have to do it from home tonight but I think Keith has control of the domain name now?....if not, I can do it tonight when I get home if Keith thinks it is
Transatlantic Attempt 03/12/2013 Rochester NY
(3)It's up on spacenear.us and aprs.fi as HB-N2NXZ1: http://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=10&call=a%2FHB-N2NXZ1&others=1&timerange=10800&tail=10800 73 de Mike W5VSI
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(3)Got Gas? From: GPSL@yahoogroups.com [mailto:GPSL@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of L. Paul Verhage Sent: Thursday, November 28, 2013 9:58 AM To: Michael;
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Miniture pressure sensor?
(4)I recommend and have flown this one from Honeywell that will work up to 10 mbar (approx 98,000 feet) and you'll still get readings higher than that. Many
Winds aloft to 15K agl
(4)To follow up on Mark N9XTN: I'd put the APRS unit in the neck of the balloon in a housing that seals the balloon. Liftwin gives a good guess for the nozzle
(10)http://www.mathesongas.com/pdfs/products/Lower-(LEL)-&-Upper-(UEL)-Explosive-Limits-.pdf This quotes the 4-75% range as an air mixture. However, it's also
Fwd: Event partner at Annual BalloonSat Competition 2013-14
(4)I got a copy this morning. I must be even less important. =8O Paul
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(7)Ryan, I've used three layers of small-cell bubble wrap quite effectively for daytime flights. I mount the boards onto a piece of foamcore and then wrap it with
(3)They might be going for altitude as they have in the past. I havenÆt found much info on the flight. http://flyapple.org/balloon-watch-extravaganza-of-science/
Re: Mechanical drive components?
(5)Hi Norm, Looks as though there are plenty of retail suppliers out there. But I kinda like working with Sparkfun since I can get an order pretty quick with
Gas balloon race tracking
(3)Thanks James. The front runners are K5GAS-3, -4 & -8. 73 de Mike W5VSI
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