jeudi 27 juillet 2017

AMATEUR RADIO HIGH ALTITUDE BALLOONING LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENTS au 27 juillet 2017

AMATEUR RADIO HIGH ALTITUDE BALLOONING
LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENTS:
2017-07-29 @ 09:00 MST

Arizona Near Space Research
To Launch: ERAU-29
Website:http://www.ansr.org, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ballooning/
APRS.FI: N7ERU-11
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,
Site: TBD
Coords: 34.6164, -112.451  Grid: DM34SO
Contact: Bill McLean bmclean@netzero.net
QRZ: KA7NSR
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) Project HiBall is pleased to announce the flight of ERAU-29. This high altitude balloon flight will take place on Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 9:00 A.M. MST (1600 UTC). The launch site is currently TBD but will be chosen to provide a flyover of the student ground station at the ERAU campus. The lift vehicle will be a 2000 gram weather balloon, filled with hydrogen. The expected burst altitude will about 90,000 feet. The flight is anticipated to last about 2 hours from launch to touchdown. The balloon will carry student-built BalloonSat payloads destined to fly during the Solar Eclipse of August 2017. This will be a test flight to exercise the automatic tracking system and determine practical range distance for the improved video, still camera and tracking payloads APRS Beacons will accompany the flight transmitting position information as follows: N7ERU-11 on 144.340 MHz, 0,30 sec Mic-E format APRS N7ERU-12 on 144.340 MHz, 10,40 sec, Mic-E format APRS KA7NSR-7 on 445.925 MHz,

2017-07-31 @ 09:00 EDT

Balloon Assisted Stratospheric Experiments (DePauw University)
To Launch: BASE 101

Website:http://www.depauw.edu/academics/departments-programs/physics-astronomy/department-research/base/
APRS.FI: W9YJ-11
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,
Site: Julian Science Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN, USE
Coords: 39.64, -86.86  Grid: EM69NP
Contact: Howard Brooks hlbrooks@depauw.edu
QRZ: W9YJ
Final summer flight Science Research Fellows program 2017

2017-08-05 @ 07:45

Balloon Assisted Stratospheric Experiments (DePauw University)
To Launch: BASE 102

Website:http://www.depauw.edu/academics/departments-programs/physics-astronomy/department-research/base/
APRS.FI: WB9SA-11
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,Also flying 900 MHz communications
Site: Space Jam 11, Rantoul Aviation Center, Rantoul, IL, USA
Coords: 40.2934, -88.148  Grid: EN50WH
Contact: Howard Brooks hlbrooks@depauw.edu
QRZ: WB9SA
Boy Scouts of America flight: Cross-Band Repeater: The transmit frequency (talking into repeater) will be 144.34 MHz. The receive frequency (hearing from the repeater) will be 446.025 MHz. DF beacon at 443 MHz

2017-08-21 @ 01:15 EDT

NJ High Altitude Ballooning
To Launch: Helios

Website:
APRS.FI: WA4LOQ
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,LoRa on 434.250
Site:
Coords: 34.0692, -81.598  Grid: EM94EB
Contact: Mike Terruso njhab@outlook.com
QRZ: WA4LOQ
Launch time expected at 1:13pm. Payload carrying 6 cameras to capture the Eclipse and some scientific instruments to capture temperature, humidity and pressure during totality. Will be streaming the event live of Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/NJ-High-Altitude-Ballooning-441800606000388/

2017-08-21 @ 10:45 MDT

Arizona Near Space Research
To Launch: ANSR-109, 110

Website:http://www.ansr.org, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Ballooning/
APRS.FI: KA7NSR-6, -7, -8,-9
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,
Site: Glendo State Park, WY
Coords: 42.4691, -104.967  Grid: DN72ML
Contact: Bill McLean bmclean@netzero.net
QRZ: KA7NSR
ANSR is proud to announce our support of NASA's Eclipse Ballooning project. We will be 1 of 52 different teams launching balloons across the nation and providing live video to NASA during the Eclipse.

2017-09-09 @ 12:15 EDT

Balloon Assisted Stratospheric Experiments (DePauw University)
To Launch: BASE 103

Website:http://www.depauw.edu/academics/departments-programs/physics-astronomy/department-research/base/
APRS.FI: W9YJ-11
Telemetry: APRS: 144.390Mhz,
Site: Putnam County Regional Airport, Greencastle, IN, USA
Coords: 39.635, -86.816  Grid: EM69OP
Contact: Howard Brooks h lbrooks@depauw.edu
QRZ: W9YJ
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73s -- Keith, WA0TJT 

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