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Gallery ItemEOSS-205 KC0UUO-11 raw position packets.txt KCØRPS02 years 10 months ago
GalleryEOSS-205/206 Log Files KCØRPS02 years 10 months ago
Flight Day RecapEOSS-205/206 Fun Flights, March 14, 2015 - Recap KCØRPS02 years 10 months ago
Flight Day RecapEOSS #204: NOAA LASP Flight - MARCH 7th, 2015 Recap KCØRPS02 years 10 months ago
Gallery ItemGraph shows altitude of EOSS204 in feet above MSL. Listing shows vertical ascent rate in tens of feet/min calculated every 30 seconds after bad data and duplicate data points were removed. An asterisk indicates no data was recvd during that 30 secs. KCØRPS02 years 10 months ago
Gallery ItemThe figure shows temperature profile results obtained during the EOSS204 flight. The large graph blue line shows the temperature of the optical fiber as it is carried upward through the atmosphere. The small graph blue line shows the temp at ~19k ft. KCØRPS02 years 10 months ago
Gallery ItemOutside temperature measured by NWS balloon launched the same morning KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemEOSS-205 Altitude plot KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemEOSS-206 Altitude plot KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemKCØRPS Geiger Counter, with diagram indicating why the count rate goes down KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemEOSS-205/6 Flight Map Nick Hanks02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemEOSS-205 K0SCC-11 APRS.fi Log File Nick Hanks02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemEOSS-205_KC0UUO-11 Findu Log File Nick Hanks02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemNow we can Really get a Good Look. KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemThe Montclair Payload is in the Hands of Enthusiastic Students KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemThe Montclair Payload is Wrapped and Ready! KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemThe Balloon is Ready and the Flight String is Out in the Field KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemMontclair 4th Graders Staying Warm Just Before the Launch KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemA Couple of Hams with two Geiger Counters, Ready to Fly KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemStandley Lake High School Earth Sciences Project KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemThe Geiger Counter Payload Survived, and good data too. KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
Gallery ItemMontlair Checks to See if Their Astrobugs Survived, they did. KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
GalleryEOSS-205/206 Pictures & Movies - Recovery Sites KCØRPS02 years 11 months ago
EventEOSS Meeting North -SPECIAL DATE- Doug Gentges02 years 11 months ago
ArticleHelp support EOSS buy using AMAZON SMILE Rob Wright02 years 11 months ago

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