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[aprssig] Balloon launch now!

Joshua Shriver jshriver at gmail.com
Wed Apr 21 23:08:12 UTC 2010


Awesome! It's my dream and goal for this year to put one up myself :)
congrats on all the hard work.
Does the project have a website with more info?

-Josh
kd8fmz

On Wed, Apr 21, 2010 at 7:07 PM, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:
> APRS Balloon?
>
> I got an email to an anonomyous list about an APRS balloon
> launch any minute now from Oswego New York.  Donno if anyone on
> APRS or AMSAT also got it, but here is a link to the launch site
> twitter account:
>
> The scientific transport that was launched at 1832 EDT can be
> tracked at
>  http://aprs.fi/?call=KB3HCY-11 3 minutes ago via web
>
> All ? PBH-10, our test flight, was successful and we plan to
> launch
> our first mission at 1800 EDT (2200 UTC) 21 April 2010! Be sure
> to
> check our Twitter feed <http://www.twitter.com/PBH3> to for the
> latest
> updates.
>
> PBH-11 ? Duration record
> VHF(APRS): 144.390 MHz (North American Frequency)
> APRS Callsign: KB2ZWZ (Kilo-Bravo-Two-Zulu-Whisky-Zulu)
> Monitor APRS location at <http://aprs.fi/?call=KB2ZWZ>
>
> Downlink is on APRS 144.39 and also some HF:
> HF: 7.1028 MHz (CW)
> HF Callsign: K2RAM
> Monitor periodic status transmissions every 10 minutes at :05,
> :15,
> :25, :35, :45, :55 UTC
>
> Bob, WB4aPR
>
>
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