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GPSL Pico Balloon Race still flying

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Apparently, my balloon's sense of direction isn't too good. Either that, or I forgot to tell it which way one customarily circumnavigates! Sheesh! I think
Michael Hojnowski
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Jun 21

GPSL 2018

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That's correct, backup is the 17th.
L. Paul Verhage
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Jun 20

Congratulations to everyone on another great GPSL

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Hi Paul Very, very promising ......... 73, Bruce Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Tab® S ... From: "L. Paul Verhage" Date: 6/17/17 8:39 PM
Bruce Coates
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Jun 17

Inter-balloon crossband repeater with Dallas

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All, Unfortunately we couldn't scramble the payload together in time for GPSL. Michael, Chris and I have prepared a secondary payload of just a simple
Andrew Koenig
3
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Jun 13

Long-range forecast for Hutchinson for GPSL

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It was the 1200Z forecast I was looking at too. I didn't compare earlier runs (probably should have) to see if that forecast of 60 on Saturday morning was a
Mark Conner
4
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Jun 8

Ready-to-fly Tracker that's affordable and immediately available

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In Los Angeles? I was there two weeks ago for the science fair and saw a large amount of air traffic. You really need to find a location away from town. Are
L. Paul Verhage
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Jun 1

Balloon Ascent Rate and Rising and Falling Air

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The atmosphere is very dynamic.  Winds do not merely move horizontally.  A prime example is found on flights in which pre-burst chaos is observed.  One
BASE
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May 4

Balloon Flights

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Zack, Wrote too quickly about our beacon arrangement. Delete all. New email in work. Nick From: Nick [mailto:ndhanks@msn.com] Sent: Saturday, April 29, 2017
Nick Hanks
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Apr 29
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