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Right now, the HamSci group is holding a virtual conference using Zoom (Yes, University of Scranton paid for the subscription; there's gotta be a way) in Webinar mode. Up to 100 presenters, and up to 1000 online attendees. Audio and video quality have been
very good, and they leave it up during the breaks for group discussions.
From: GPSL@groups.io <GPSL@groups.io> on behalf of Michael via Groups.Io <mw@...>
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2020 07:49
To: GPSL@groups.io <GPSL@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [GPSL] COVID-19 and GPSL
This virtual GPSL ideas is going viral!
Sorry. Couldn’t help it - no coffee yet this morning.
On Mar 20, 2020, at 8:08 PM, Michael Hojnowski <kd2eat@...
I'm totally OK with virtual meeting and presentation. If we do a launch that day, I may attempt to livestream it again. I had decent results with a 1.3ghz transmitter on my flight last Fall. We had video all the way to apogee,
though not beautiful, it definitely worked. That might be fun to watch for some stranded with no balloon to chase.
Mike / KD2EAT
On 3/20/2020 4:42 PM, Joe WB9SBD wrote:
I propose, everyone we have the virtual meeting online using one of the many programs that do that sort of thing.
The when it comes to launch day we all launch from our usual launch sites.
I'd still love do do our EBBE flight, but have yet to find a willing partner group to try it.
Near Space Sciences
On 3/20/2020 10:58 AM, Keith Kaiser, WA0̷TJT wrote:
HamSCI is in the middle of a Zoom workshop right now. Its working great and I think we should make GPSL 2020 a virtual set of presentations with a coordinated launch on Saturday.