Mark Conner <n9xtn@...>
Happy Independence Day to everyone!
The Eta forecast is now showing north winds above 30,000 ft - the
AVN shows light and variable. This makes only minor differences
in the overall forecast track.
For 75kft, the landing is 281 degrees at 10 miles. The 95,000 ft
landing is about 8 miles farther west.
If you're thinking about a "catch" as it comes down (I sure am),
this is the day. The road grid is pretty good, and the low-level
winds should be almost due south. The landing should be about 2
miles due north of the payload's position at 10,000 ft on