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Monday
10:45:00 PST
18:45:00 UTC

2015-02-23

Sunrise:08:07:26
Sunset:18:43:28



California Near Space Project
(CNSP)

Record # 580


San Jose, CA USA
56m / 184ft


37.254, -121.873

(N37° 15' 14", W121° 52' 23")

Grid: CM97BG

Map of Launch Site:
CNSP-22

Other, 0g, Hydrogen

ARH2AB


K6RPT-11
APRS: 144.390Mhz






http://www.cnsp-inc.com/


Ron Meadows, K6RPT
Ron@MySystem.com


Twitter:
@K6RPT

Tracking Options:
Google Maps APRS (aprs.fi)

spacenear.us
0 Using: Hydrogen

Custom Super Pressure


Wednesday
08:00:00 CET
01:00:00 UTC

2015-02-25

Sunrise:08:39:00
Sunset:18:24:26



Analyse Mechatronischer Systeme Industrie
(AMESYS)

Record # 575


http://www.mb.fh-jena.de/page/de/fachgebiete/mechatronik/studium/stroke
201m / 659ft


50.9177, 11.5677

(N50° 55' 4", E11° 34' 4")

Grid: JO50SW

Map of Launch Site:
Stroke-1

Latex, 1700g, Helium



DK0TUI-11
APRS: 144.800Mhz








Space Available
http://www.amesys.de


Joe Grabow, DL3AKB
grabow@amesys.de


Tracking Options:
Google Maps APRS (aprs.fi)

spacenear.us
1700 Using: Helium

Payload:camera3-axis MEMS acceleration measurement system


Saturday
07:10:00 MST
14:15:00 UTC

2015-03-07

Sunrise:08:07:52
Sunset:18:27:55



Edge of Space Sciences
(EOSS)

Record # 568


Windsor, CO
1496m / 4,908ft


40.4737, -104.962

(N40° 28' 25", W104° 57' 43")

Grid: DN70ML

Map of Launch Site:
EOSS-204

Latex, 3000g, Hydrogen

ARH2AB


AE0SS-11
APRS: 144.340Mhz
K0SCC-11
DF K0SCC-11 147.42 MHz




http://www.eoss.org/


Mike Manes, W5VSI
mrmanes@gmail.com


Twitter:
@eossorg

Tracking Options:
Google Maps APRS (aprs.fi)

spacenear.us
3000 Using: Hydrogen

NOAA LASP Temperature Profiler Test.Wx date: Sun 8 Mar 15


Friday
08:45:00 CET
09:45:00 UTC

2015-03-20

Sunrise:08:08:19
Sunset:19:24:25



Charles @ High Altitude Ballooning
(C@HAB)

Record # 577


Neuss, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
51m / 167ft


51.1689, 6.64258

(N51° 10' 8", E6° 38' 33")

Grid: JO31HE

Map of Launch Site:
Charles #6

Latex, 1600g, Hydrogen

ARH2AB


DL1NBR-11
APRS: 144.800Mhz








Space Available
http://stratosphere-charles.blogspot.de/


,,
stratosphere.charles@gmail.com


Tracking Options:
Google Maps APRS (aprs.fi)

spacenear.us
1600 Using: Hydrogen

Twin Flight at Solar Eclipse. We are two teams, http://stratosphere-charles.blogspot.de/ and http://www.strato-geeks.de/We will lauch at the same time 2 ballons (Charles #6 and Streek IV).We hope to get stunning photos/videos of the solar eclipse. ## Sorry, I can\'t edit - No Space Available ##


Friday
08:45:00 CET
09:45:00 UTC

2015-03-20

Sunrise:08:08:19
Sunset:19:24:25



Strato Geeks
(SGHAB)

Record # 579


Neuss, NRW, Germany
51m / 167ft


51.1689, 6.64258

(N51° 10' 8", E6° 38' 33")

Grid: JO31HE

Map of Launch Site:
STREEKIV

Latex, 1600g, Hydrogen

ARH2AB


STREEK


434.4500Mhz




http://www.Strato-Geeks.de


Paul Becker,
STREEK@Strato-Geeks.de


Twitter:
StratoGeeks

Tracking Options:
Google Maps APRS (aprs.fi)

spacenear.us
1600 Using: Hydrogen

Twin Flight at Solar Eclipse. We are two teams, http://stratosphere-charles.blogspot.de and http://www.strato-geeks.de We will lauch at the same time 2 ballons (Charles #6 and Streek IV). We hope to get stunning photos/videos of the solar eclipse.


Sunday
10:00:00 EST
15:00:00 UTC

2015-04-19

Sunrise:07:44:56
Sunset:18:29:17



Trident Amateur Radio Club
(TARC)

Record # 543


Ridgeville, South Carolina
24m / 79ft


33.1083, -80.3108

(N33° 6' 30", W80° 18' 39")

Grid: EM93UC

Map of Launch Site:
PSA-1

Latex, 1600g, Helium



N4EE-11
APRS: 144.390Mhz
W4DAX-11





http://www.tridenthams.org


Tom Lufkin,
wa4dax@hotmail.com


Tracking Options:
Google Maps APRS (aprs.fi)

spacenear.us
1600 Using: Helium

The Trident Amateur Radio Club (Tom Lufkin) is hosting this launch for students at the Palmetto Scholars Academy (Kellye Voigt). The students have designed sophisticated experiments involving a variety of metals. The experiments are managed in flight by an Arduino microcontroller programmed by the students. The Arduino samples each metal and logs conductivity, temperature and pressure throughout the flight.

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