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Were hams involved in the event?
From: "Michael Hojnowski"
Sent: Wednesday October 13 2021 9:33:49AM
Subject: Re: [GPSL] Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021
The full zoom session from pre-launch
through recovery is now available. It's 3 1/2 hours with long
periods of silence, but there is more chatter on the audio as we
home in on the chase. For next time, I'm going to see if we
can make it such that the on-site folks share their video and
override the chase map, rather than just come onto the video call
(with their video being a small box on the side). I think
that would help. We'll see what we can do. Enjoy:
The students have a media team preparing a full video montage of
the experience. I'll share that if/when it becomes
Mike / KD2EAT
On 10/12/2021 11:59 AM, Michael Hojnowski via groups.io
The zoom recording is about 9 hours long. I fired it up
before I left the house at 9am and turned it off when I returned
around 6pm. I'll probably edit it down to at least trim it to the
launch, flight + recovery. There were about 10 people on the
zoom during the chase. To be honest, I haven't even had a
moment to look at it. It'll take me a bit. I don't even
know if I have enough disk space to download the entire recording
to edit it and make a trimmed version for Youtube. I'll work
on it this week.
That said, the students from the Space Systems Design Studio have a
media team that is assembling footage they gathered from the build,
launch preps, flight and recovery into some kind of video.
Aside from testing the technical aspects of the payload, the flight
was also intended to gather "marketing" type material. I
expect they'll be releasing that at some point in the coming
weeks. I'll share that as well.
On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
More to follow, but for now, will the Cornell balloon team be
releasing the recording of the Zoom event (it was recorded for GPSL
members who aren't aware of that) on youtube soon?
I'm asking about all the Zoom recording where
something was happening, not just a few minutes of
spectacular highlights which have been
already released. I was not able to watch at the time this
event took place because of doing other holiday activities.