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Path Predictions and Surface Weather
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Check surface weather here:
July 18 Predict ( for 7/23)
July 17 Prediction (for July 23)
July 15 Prediction (for July 23) Green dot shows predicted landing location. Actual launch location details provided Monday 7/21.
FLIGHT CRITICAL INFORMATION
Two balloon payload systems (Orange and Blue) will be launched 35 minutes apart and can be tracked via amateur radio and commercial SPOT trackers. Click the links below for LIVE tracking (starting 6/21 at ~8am).
SPOT-1 & SPOT-2 Public Page
Both radios transmit on standard APRS 144.390MHz and receive on 145.590MHz (for messaging and digipeating)
Double Launch to Double the Science
Students from the Columbus Space Program are designing and building the science payloads to fly on a double mission to the edge of space. These students are work as the support engineering system for this science effort from design to integration. Help comes in the form of mentors from the Columbus Amateur Radio Club and professional mentors from CharBroil.
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