EOSS-237 Eaton MS Flight

Exempt balloon flying 5 science experiments on three payloads built by Eaton Middle School students.

There are a mutlitude of links located here that provide weather predictions, weather observations, and during the flight, real time tracking information.

The launch will be at 7:00am. See the Payload Plan linked below.

Here is the 12-day flight prediction. This prediction is expected to change significantly over the next two weeks. The prediction has moved to the southwest. The black circle to the south of the prediction is the DIA Class B air space. We will stay out of that area. Unfortunately, predictions are not online at this time. They can be accessed at this web location. The predictions will be updated on most days.

      

Flight Coordinator: 
Jim KCØRPS
Event Date: 
Saturday, March 4, 2017 (All day)
Alt Launch Date: 
Sunday, March 5, 2017
Launch Site: 
Flights: 

EOSS-237

Eaton Middle School Science Flight

Balloon Type: 
1500g Totex latex balloon
Parachute: 
8.5 ft circumference Sphereachute with cutter and fast release
Beacons: 
FrequencyCallsignTypeNotes
147.420 MHzKØSCC-11APRS/Cutter/DFSecondary Beacon
144.340 MHzAEØSS-12APRS/DigipeaterOne Battery - Lite
FrequencyList: 

Preflight Net:

  • 147.225 MHz CRA Repeater (107.2 Hz Tone) 8 pm MDT preceding night
  • 146.940 MHz (103.5 HZ Tone) RMRL Repeater if the CRA machine is down
  • 146.640 MHz (100 Hz Tone) DRL will serve as a backup frequency

Recovery Operations:

  • 449.450 MHz RMRL (103.5 Hz Tone)
  • 448.225 MHz (141.3 Hz Tone) Testing… PL verified 7/2/14
  • 446.100 MHz Field Simplex
  • 146.550 MHz Backup field simplex
  • 446.275 MHz Car drive-out frequency

Launch Site Simplex: 446.050 MHz

HF - Possible ops: 7.235 LSB

Tactical Calls: 
TacticalCall SignNameNotes