Tag Archive: KerBalloon

Jul 29 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 68

After flying out to the Kongo River base, the team takes a ~450km trek via UTV to the center of Kerbin’s largest plain to release a balloon for Kip Engineering over Area GQP7-S

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Jul 22 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 60

The crew head to sea once again to release two balloons over Sector QH-T96 for Flooyd Dynamics Research Lab, to study how wind patterns through the isle straits affect Kerblantic storm development

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Jul 10 2020

Operations Summary – Weeks of 6/29 & 7/6/20

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Jul 07 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 67

Joining a month-long science expedition out to the Badlands, the crew releases two balloons over separate locations near Area F-CDSX for Reaction Systems Ltd

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Jun 29 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 59

After some overland traversals the crew changes gears and ships out aboard a maritime service vessel to do a release over the ocean at Area G0-XK8 for L-Tech Scientific Industries

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Jun 12 2020

Operations Summary – Weeks of 5/25 – 6/8/20

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Jun 05 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 58

With support from Kravass the crew takes on another UTV traversal, heading out to Sector P-7NG4 north of the Wall to gather data about the weather boundary the terrain uplift causes

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May 25 2020

Operations Summary – Weeks of 5/11 & 5/18/20

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May 12 2020

High-Altitude Science Survey 66

Hitching a ride with a deep-sea expedition to the northern sea, the release over Sector Q-0ZN5 for Tetragon Projects will gather data from the heights as opposed to the depths

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May 11 2020

Low-Altitude Science Survey 57

The longest overland trek to date using Utility Task Vehicles saw two releases, one each over Zone 88TN-K & Site WQ90-B to gather weather and atmospheric data for CTC Exploration

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