Tag Archive: KBLow

Jul 18 2018

KerBalloon Badlands Science Survey

Both high and low altitude balloons are dispatched to the Badlands under Sector X1-37A to collect various science readings for Flooyd Dynamics Research Lab

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Jul 07 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 35

Crews take a 2,000km+ journey to gather meteorological data over Zone 6-7DD, an area of open water not yet researched by balloon flight and the furthest yet from KSC

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May 18 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 34

After a near-disaster in the southern sea, specialists Bob & Bill head north to Sector B-C49 to perform similar temperature gathering in a body of water that can be just as unpredictable & dangerous

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May 11 2018

Operations Summary – Week of 5/7/18

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May 11 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 33

Specialists Bob & Bill brave the southern sea a second time after their first attempt to reach Zone 60P-5X nearly ended in disaster thanks to a strong storm

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May 04 2018

Operations Summary – Week of 4/30/18

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Feb 04 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 32

Specialists Bob & Bill take a sea voyage out to Site DAW-LEG to gather temperature data for Kip Engineering

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Jan 28 2018

Low/High-Altitude Science Surveys 31/39

Specialists Bob & Bill use every available mode of transportation – land, sea and air – to carry out two balloon releases far west of KSC over Sector GV-001 and Site 0B-RZ

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Jan 19 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 30

Specialist Bob is dropped off on the way home from another balloon mission to release a temperature survey balloon for Rockomax Conglomerate over Zone 9-LM7

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Nov 15 2017

Low-Altitude Science Survey 29

Specialists Bob & Bill traverse overland to the West Shore Desert to gather temperature data from Zone DJSNM for use by Albert Kerman Industries

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