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Service arrangements for Brian Tanner

Bill Brown
 

Brian Tanner of Spaceport Indiana passed away on Oct. 24th after 7 weeks on a ventilator with COVID.  Services will be Sunday November 7th with visitation starting at 2:30 pm and services at 3:30 pm at Flora First Christian Church, 8 East South St, Flora, Indiana.  For those coming earlier we will be meeting at Cosmos Coffee in Flora which is run by Brian and Lori.  

  I plan to be there and will be driving up from Alabama.

- Bill WB8ELK


Brian Tanner RIP

K. Mark Caviezel
 

He was a fine man, chipper and upbeat.  Sad to see him pass away so young.   - Mark



Re: Brian Tanner of Spaceport Indiana has passed away

L. Paul Verhage KD4STH
 

I am very sorry for your loss. I wish I had a chance to meet Brian in person.


On Tue, Oct 26, 2021, 6:28 PM Bill Brown via groups.io <wb8elk=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
One of the best friends I have in the World, Brian Tanner, has passed away from COVID complications. Brian ran Spaceport Indiana and the Spaceport Exploration Centre in Bringhurst Indiana just north of Purdue University. This is the site for next year's GPSL.  I will discuss things with his wife Lori Tanner to see if we can still hold it there with my help and will let you all know. There will be a Celebration of Life event for Brian but no date set for that as yet. Brian and I have flown many high altitude balloons for students at his INSpace Camps each Summer as well as a number of balloon research projects and this will be a great loss for Indiana STEM programs.

- Bill WB8ELK





Re: Brian Tanner of Spaceport Indiana has passed away

Hank Riley
 

For some reason couldn't get both of these links to go in one post (the second link would replace the first and continue ad infinitum).

Brian Tanner obituary


Re: Brian Tanner of Spaceport Indiana has passed away

Hank Riley
 


Brian Tanner of Spaceport Indiana has passed away

Bill Brown
 

One of the best friends I have in the World, Brian Tanner, has passed away from COVID complications. Brian ran Spaceport Indiana and the Spaceport Exploration Centre in Bringhurst Indiana just north of Purdue University. This is the site for next year's GPSL.  I will discuss things with his wife Lori Tanner to see if we can still hold it there with my help and will let you all know. There will be a Celebration of Life event for Brian but no date set for that as yet. Brian and I have flown many high altitude balloons for students at his INSpace Camps each Summer as well as a number of balloon research projects and this will be a great loss for Indiana STEM programs.

- Bill WB8ELK





Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Jules Hojnowski
 



Yes at least 3 older adults and i am not sure how many of the 5 stdents were.

Jules/ kd2fou


From: GPSL@groups.io <GPSL@groups.io> on behalf of Christopher Rose <kb8uih88@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2021 12:22:54 PM
To: 'GPSL@groups.io' <GPSL@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [GPSL] Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021
 
Were hams involved in the event?


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From: "Michael Hojnowski"
To: GPSL@groups.io
Cc:
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:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs3rDiVnW0s

The students have a media team preparing a full video montage of the experience.  I'll share that if/when it becomes available.

Mike / KD2EAT

On 10/12/2021 11:59 AM, Michael Hojnowski via groups.io wrote:
Hank,

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.

Mike 

On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,

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.

Hank



Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Michael Hojnowski
 

The Space Sciences team has about 6-10 students, depending on exactly how you count, as they have several projects going on, and they move around so far as I can tell.   As a result of previous balloon and tracking activity, we've had a few members of their group join the Ham club and become licensed.  One is even an officer in the radio club now.  We also have other students on that team that simply got their licenses in order to be legal when using amateur frequencies for telemetry.  That's fine too.

Ya, I really loved when we had a few of the students acting as "hosts" to the livestream and curate it better.  We just didn't have the cycles to do that this time around.

Mike / KD2EAT

On 10/13/2021 1:09 PM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,
 
Fantastically great results.  I very much enjoyed watching the last Zoom launch where full screen live video was broadcast of the recovery (the last and only part I saw by way of Zoom by me being late).  Wished I'd seen more of that one.  For those who didn't see it there were Zoom hosts back at some location, I guess on campus, who directed and coordinated the video shot selection that went out on Zoom.
 
Since the question of ham participation has come up, how many, if any student hams were part of the Space Sciences department "team" who built the payload?  How big (approx.) was that team as far as total students, whether ham or not?
 
Hank
___________________________________________________

On Wed, Oct 13, 2021 at 12:32 PM, Michael H. wrote:
Yes, I'm the advisor to the University ham club.  We partnered with the Space Sciences department on this launch.  The students from their team built the payload.  


Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Hank Riley
 

Mike,
 
Fantastically great results.  I very much enjoyed watching the last Zoom launch where full screen live video was broadcast of the recovery (the last and only part I saw by way of Zoom by me being late).  Wished I'd seen more of that one.  For those who didn't see it there were Zoom hosts back at some location, I guess on campus, who directed and coordinated the video shot selection that went out on Zoom.
 
Since the question of ham participation has come up, how many, if any student hams were part of the Space Sciences department "team" who built the payload?  How big (approx.) was that team as far as total students, whether ham or not?
 
Hank
___________________________________________________

On Wed, Oct 13, 2021 at 12:32 PM, Michael H. wrote:
Yes, I'm the advisor to the University ham club.  We partnered with the Space Sciences department on this launch.  The students from their team built the payload.  


Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Christopher Rose
 

Thanks. I use APRS and advocate its use at public service events when feasible.

Chris

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From: "Michael Hojnowski"
To: GPSL@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Wednesday October 13 2021 12:32:59PM
Subject: Re: [GPSL] Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Yes, I'm the advisor to the University ham club.  We partnered with the Space Sciences department on this launch.  The students from their team built the payload.  I provided the APRS trackers.  We also had some other hams who are more active with the County club participate in the chase and recovery.

Mike / KD2EAT


On 10/13/2021 12:22 PM, Christopher Rose wrote:
Were hams involved in the event?


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From: "Michael Hojnowski"
To: GPSL@groups.io
Cc:
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:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs3rDiVnW0s

The students have a media team preparing a full video montage of the experience.  I'll share that if/when it becomes available.

Mike / KD2EAT

On 10/12/2021 11:59 AM, Michael Hojnowski via groups.io wrote:
Hank,

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.

Mike 

On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,

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.

Hank




Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Michael Hojnowski
 

Yes, I'm the advisor to the University ham club.  We partnered with the Space Sciences department on this launch.  The students from their team built the payload.  I provided the APRS trackers.  We also had some other hams who are more active with the County club participate in the chase and recovery.

Mike / KD2EAT

On 10/13/2021 12:22 PM, Christopher Rose wrote:
Were hams involved in the event?


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From: "Michael Hojnowski"
To: GPSL@groups.io
Cc:
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:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs3rDiVnW0s

The students have a media team preparing a full video montage of the experience.  I'll share that if/when it becomes available.

Mike / KD2EAT

On 10/12/2021 11:59 AM, Michael Hojnowski via groups.io wrote:
Hank,

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.

Mike 

On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,

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.

Hank




Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Christopher Rose
 

Were hams involved in the event?


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From: "Michael Hojnowski"
To: GPSL@groups.io
Cc:
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:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs3rDiVnW0s

The students have a media team preparing a full video montage of the experience.  I'll share that if/when it becomes available.

Mike / KD2EAT


On 10/12/2021 11:59 AM, Michael Hojnowski via groups.io wrote:
Hank,

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.

Mike 

On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,

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.

Hank



Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Michael Hojnowski
 

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:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bs3rDiVnW0s

The students have a media team preparing a full video montage of the experience.  I'll share that if/when it becomes available.

Mike / KD2EAT

On 10/12/2021 11:59 AM, Michael Hojnowski via groups.io wrote:
Hank,

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.

Mike 

On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,

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.

Hank



Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Michael Hojnowski
 

Hank,

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.

Mike 

On 10/12/2021 5:48 AM, Hank Riley via groups.io wrote:
Mike,

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.

Hank


Re: Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Marcelo Galati
 
Edited

hi Hank
I have been quietly following you guys for a good while.
The video clip you share is quite impressive!
Do you have more details or videos?
I'm trying to put together a team at my second station (Aalborg, Denmark) for a balloon project.
it would be great if you could share more details about this project perhaps?
Great one indeed, congrats!
Cheers!
Marcelo
2E0WKF
zigvonlord@...


Very Successful Cornell High Altitude Balloon Launch 10/10/2021

Hank Riley
 

Mike,

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.

Hank


Re: Rescheduled: High Altitude Balloon Launch on Sunday, 10/10/2021 at 1:00pm EDT

Clif Brown
 

That's a spectacular shot!

It never occurred to me that a camera could be mounted on a boom and pointed back at the payload.

May have to try that on a future launch.

Clif/KW4CL


Re: Rescheduled: High Altitude Balloon Launch on Sunday, 10/10/2021 at 1:00pm EDT

Michael Hojnowski
 

Gang,

Just a followup.  Our flight today was a stunning success.  We reached apogee at 102,385 feet (a little more than predicted), and landed in an already-harvested corn field, in sight of the road, for a trivial recovery.

The solar sail deployment "money shot" from a 360 degree camera was pretty darn cool!

https://youtu.be/yg8Fhc0KTu4

The student team also successfully tested a Rockblock Iridium modem and were very satisfied with the results (it's what released the sail).  They also had a LoRa device sending telemetry to the ground with a cheezy stub antenna, and they received telemetry all the way to apogee.  This was a huge success for their team.

It was a great day!
Mike / KD2EAT


Rescheduled: High Altitude Balloon Launch on Sunday, 10/10/2021 at 1:00pm EDT

Michael Hojnowski
 

Hello,


The Amateur Radio Club at Cornell will be launching a High Altitude Balloon Sunday afternoon, October 10, 2021 at 1:00pm EDT.  We'll launch from the vicinity of Penn Yan, NY with a predicted landing near Genoa, NY, at approximately 2:04pm.   This is a reschedule of the rained-out launch scheduled for this morning, 10/9/2021.


The flight will have several redundant trackers onboard.  They'll be beaconing on APRS on W2CXM-11 and W2CXM-12.  They will also have an experimental LoRa based tracker which will be uploaded to Habhub as W2CXM-10.  (Geeky details: ESP32 TTGO T-Beam transmitting custom telemetry on 915 MHZ LoRa at 100mw).


You can follow along with the balloons and chase vehicles at:

https://aprs.fi/#!mt=roadmap&z=9&kml=http%3A%2F%2Fthehojos.com%2F~mqh1%2Fsail10a.kml&call=a%2FKC2ANT-9%2Ca%2FKD2EAT-9%2Ca%2FW2CXM-11%2Ca%2FW2CXM-12&timerange=21600&tail=21600


In flight predictions, and hopefully, our experimental tracker will show up on HabHub here:

https://tracker.habhub.org/#!mt=roadmap&mz=7&qm=1_day&mc=42.47022,-76.47982&q=!RS_


Finally, for the duration of the flight, we will be running a Zoom session.  People are welcomed to join and chat during the flight. The chase vehicles will be connecting as well.  I'll be on there with audio-only since I'll be in and out of internet coverage as I chase the balloon.  Please note, there may be long periods of silence, and we’ll be quite busy during pre-launch setup.  Feel free to chat amongst yourselves.


Join Zoom Meeting 

https://cornell.zoom.us/j/99753914456?pwd=Sy80UUdKZ2pRalR5WXVaWFVTZlZkUT09 

Meeting ID: 997 5391 4456 

Passcode: 563578 

One tap mobile 

+16465189805,,99753914456# US (New York) 

+16468769923,,99753914456# US (New York) 

Dial by your location 

        +1 646 518 9805 US (New York) 

        +1 646 876 9923 US (New York) 



Finally, if you should decide to join us on the chase, we request that if you arrive at the landing location that you leave the payload undisturbed so that the students can get pictures and such. Also, please do not enter anyone's property without obtaining permission first.


Now sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight.

Mike / KD2EAT

Advisor, Amateur Radio Club at Cornell 



Re: High Altitude Balloon Launch on Saturday, 10/9/2021 at 12:00pm EDT

W4SDR EM74
 

Hi Mike,
All the best from Jack KM4ZIA and Audrey KM4BUN. 
They were a wee bit younger when we watched your presentation at Dayton Hamvention a few years ago.

73
Jan K4PRM (Mom)
Tom W4SDR (Dad)



DSC_3617.jpg


On Thu, Oct 7, 2021 at 11:02 PM Michael Hojnowski <kd2eat@...> wrote:

Hello,


The Amateur Radio Club at Cornell will be launching a High Altitude Balloon Saturday afternoon, October 9, 2021 at 12:00pm EDT.  We'll launch from the vicinity of Odessa, NY with a predicted landing near Locke, NY at approximately 2:17pm.   This is a second attempt for the aborted launch last week.  Our balloon suffered a rupture prior to flight.


The flight will have several redundant trackers onboard.  They'll be beaconing on APRS on W2CXM-11 and W2CXM-12.  They will also have an experimental LoRa based tracker which will be uploaded to Habhub as W2CXM-10. (Geeky details: ESP32 TTGO T-Beam transmitting custom telemetry on 915 MHZ LoRa at 100mw).


You can follow along with the balloons and chase vehicles at:

https://aprs.fi/#!kml=http%3A%2F%2Fthehojos.com%2F~mqh1%2Fsail9.kml&call=a%2FKD2EAT-9%2Ca%2FW2CXM-11%2Ca%2FW2CXM-12%2Ca%2FW2CXM-8&timerange=21600&tail=21600


In flight predictions, and hopefully, our experimental tracker will show up on HabHub here:

https://tracker.habhub.org/#!mt=roadmap&mz=7&qm=1_day&mc=42.47022,-76.47982&q=!RS_


Finally, for the duration of the flight, we will be running a Zoom session.  People are welcomed to join and chat during the flight. The chase vehicles will be connecting as well.  I'll be on there with audio-only since I'll be in and out of internet coverage as I chase the balloon.  Please note, there may be long periods of silence, and we’ll be quite busy during pre-launch setup.  Feel free to chat amongst yourselves.


Join Zoom Meeting 

https://cornell.zoom.us/j/99753914456?pwd=Sy80UUdKZ2pRalR5WXVaWFVTZlZkUT09 

Meeting ID: 997 5391 4456 

Passcode: 563578 

One tap mobile 

+16465189805,,99753914456# US (New York) 

+16468769923,,99753914456# US (New York) 

Dial by your location 

        +1 646 518 9805 US (New York) 

        +1 646 876 9923 US (New York) 



Finally, if you should decide to join us on the chase, we request that if you arrive at the landing location that you leave the payload undisturbed so that the students can get pictures and such. Also, please do not enter anyone's property without obtaining permission first.


Now sit back, relax, and enjoy the flight.

Mike / KD2EAT

Advisor, Amateur Radio Club at Cornell 


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