EOSS Plans to fly in coordination with your times which look good at 8am MDT. We will feed video into the GPSL zoom session for those who might be interested. Congratulations to Paul for his 200th flight This will be EOSS 300th flight, are glad to celebrate with the virtual GPSL program. I will provide details on our frequencies and ADS-B information. We are now sending ADS-B to help the FAA allow us to fly in cloud cover. Details later.
At this time, we do not have a talk, but we have some interest. I will advise.
Good luck with these hard times.
- Marty, WA0GEH, EOSS Tracking and Recovery Coordinator.
There was a discussion on the GPSL reflector about the launch time.
“I'm thinking about setting a 1400Z launch time for Saturday - that would be 10am ET, 9am CT, 8am MT, and 7am PT/Arizona. I don't know if we'll have any participants in the Pacific time zone - if not, we could make it an hour earlier. We probably don't want to go much later for our Eastern Time participants. Anyone planning to fly a balloon for this, please chime in with your considerations.
As always, suggestions for how to make this a great virtual GPSL are welcome.
73 de Mark N9XTN”
Looks like we are in alignment with Mark.
From: Jim Langsted <jimlangsted@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 8:36 AM
To: KCØD <kc0d@...>
Subject: FW: EOSS300 launch time
From: Russ Chadwick <russ4cwop@...>
Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 7:52 AM
To: Marty Griffin <mgriffin@...>; James Langsted <jimlangsted@...>; Rob Wright <kc0uuo@...>; Randy Collander <Randall.S.Collander@...>
Subject: EOSS300 launch time
Regarding the time for a simultaneous launch across the US from 7am to 10am, I think that would work out to 7am PDT = 8am MDT = 9am CDT = 10am EDT. So, we should plan on an 8am launch time for EOSS300 rather than the 9am we decided at the meeting last night.