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K6RPT-12 over Colorado this morning
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What about the small portion after the compressed packet, but before the /A=? G3WA7"W2n Also, how do you define your telemetry packets on APRS.fi so that they

Zack Clobes
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Feb 25

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K6RPT-11 expected to visit UK/France on Friday
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Here's some info copied from Twitter on the subject. Looks like UK hams won't see it even if it does fly by in daytime. CNSP ‏@K6RPT 11 minutes ago Some

Mark Conner
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Feb 25

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Gorilla Tape
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Been there, done that, have the YouTube video (skip to about 2:50 if you're time-constrained): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FE8SPugjtwM Since this event, we

Mark Conner
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Feb 22

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EOSS-204 resked due weather
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Hey Zack, We were looking forward to seeing you again in action! Let’s try it again. Stay safe. - Marty From: Zack Clobes zclobes@gmail.com [GPSL]

Marty Griffin
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Feb 19

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Altitude guess based on video?
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Hi Hank. We dumped most of an 80 cf tank of helium into the balloon (i.e., until the flow dropped to a truly silly rate). We didn't measure free lift at

R. Rochte
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Feb 13

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Kaymont Balloons
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Kaymont announced priced DROPS a couple of weeks ago on Facebook. I don't think Ryan (the guy from Kaymont who presented at GPSL last year) appreciates

Zack Clobes
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Feb 9

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Pressures/Altitudes in a vacuum chamber
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... The answer using the SA model which gives density is 67%, not 61%. The reason being that the colder air at 4000 meters (26 Celsius degree drop for the

Hank Riley
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Feb 6

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Balloon Flight.
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The track shows that right turn towards Albuquerque... Hmm, didn't Bugs Bunny always miss the left turn at Albuquerque? Obviously much cheaper for recovery if

James Ewen
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Jan 29

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Two Eagles launch attempt in progress
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Seems they launched about 3 hours ago. Now 75 smi NE of Saga launch site at 18Kft. See http://www.pacificballoon.com/tracking/ 73 de Mike W5VSI

Mike Manes
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Jan 24

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New file uploaded to GPSL
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Hello! At GPSL I remember a few people talking about using a couple of tubes, one stacked atop another to detect "real" [your particle here] particles. What

Michael
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Jan 11

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Which SPOT (or other satellite tracker)?
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I couldn't agree more regarding that connector -- I"m baffled as to why their engineers chose that one. Yes, it's small, but overkill IMHO given the # of

Greg Clark
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Jan 10

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Re: [nearsys] Re: [GPSL] KD4STH-1 ground speed/estd altitude
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It's short for "position", no other meaning. Gotta save those three bytes. ... 73 de Mark N9XTN On Sun, Jan 4, 2015 at 7:01 PM, Leo Bodnar leo@leobodnar.com

Mark Conner
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Jan 4

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Fwd: Re: [nearsys] Re: [GPSL] KD4STH-1 ground speed/estd altitude
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I have a feeling it is still up and cruising along probably scooting out just by Newfoundland.  A few more hours to get some APRS data and then it will be

Mark Garrett
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Jan 4

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KD4STH-1 ground speed/estd altitude
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It looks like we got too cold over the night. I wonder if anyone could retune their radio and see if the APRS transmitter drifted. Otherwise, we may have to

L. Paul Verhage
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Jan 4

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Fwd: Re: [nearsys] Fwd: launch date
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Looks like the ascent rate is about 100 fpm higher than I wanted to see. Paul Verhage PhD Near Space Evangelist Onwards and Upwards On Jan 3, 2015 2:18 PM,

L. Paul Verhage
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Jan 3
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