Tag Archive: KerBalloon

Sep 09 2018

Low-Altitude Science Survey 36

Attaching to another scientific expedition setting out to examine a small highly-acidic lake over a volcanic area, meteorological data will be collected for Kerbodyne as well over Area M-32Q

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Aug 03 2018

Operations Summary – Week of 7/30/18

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Aug 01 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 48

Although the northern polar region has been explored by aircraft, no high-altitude measurements have yet been taken until now, with a release over Zone CIE-386 for Albert Kerman Industries

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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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Jul 06 2018

Operations Summary – Week of 7/2/18

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Jun 27 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 46

Hitching a ride on a temperature survey over Area PB-G4, more Mystery Goo heads up into the atmosphere for additional tests of its ability to go into a protective stasis

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Jun 15 2018

Operations Summary – Week of 6/11/18

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Jun 15 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 45

Crews make an overland trek to climb a bit up the mountains and release from Zone MO247 to gather material science data, including mystery goo, for WinterOwl Field Research

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Jun 13 2018

High-Altitude Science Survey 44

The development of a strong storm gives short notice to crews to head out and release a balloon but luckily they have one on hand to send up over Site Q3P-010 for the Field Research Team

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