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OzHAB1 is Go for launch

After a long wait, the day has finally come where I hope to have a successful launch of my first ever Arduino based High Altitude Balloon project. 155 more words

Connecting chute and payload

I’ve reached a point where I am now securing the payload to the tie lines running up towards the chute and balloon. I want to have as much of the securing done prior to the launch day so I save time and potential last minute problems. 326 more words

High Altitude Balloon

Fitting Cameras in payload

Decided to use a Styrofoam Esky (Cooler, some people may call it) to house my payload. The small Esky usually stores up to 6 cans of soft drink so its not overly large. 400 more words

HAB

... What Part of " No " does North Korea not Understand ?? [#missile tech]...

.. those idiots have been told , time and time again . You are not to develop ballistic missile tech , not ever . So , what did the DPRK do ?? 162 more words

Personal Opinion

You can now build, cost, and launch an Atlas V rocket from your browser

(Source: arstechnica.com)

The United Launch Alliance has launched (!) a website that lets you specify, build, and eventually launch (!!) an Atlas V rocket carrying your precious cargo. 631 more words

Technology

You can now build, cost, and launch an Atlas V rocket from your browser

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

The United Launch Alliance has launched (!) a website that lets you specify, build, and eventually launch (!!) an Atlas V rocket carrying your precious cargo. 625 more words

Technology

With rockets on the move, SpaceX still aiming for 2016 return to flight

(Source: arstechnica.com)

Nearly three months have passed since SpaceX experienced a catastrophic failure on Sept. 1, when an accident occurred as helium was loaded onto its Falcon 9 rocket. 330 more words

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