longobord at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 18:19:09 PST 2010
Ouch! That's the weekend of Winter Blast, where all the pyros on the west
coast get together and make the ground shake, the sky rumble and stars fall
from the heavens. I'm afraid I'll be busy.
Today was kind of weird at work, but I should get gas for you tomorrow. I'll
check on the helium prices while I'm at it. Another question that came
up... do we want to buy our own tank? We'd have to keep renting them
Getting to the bottom of the hill is convenient. The view from the top of
the hill is stunning. Where would you choose to live?
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 6:08 PM, Mikolaj Habryn <dichro at rcpt.to> wrote:
> How close are we to having a solid idea of what we have left to
> acquire for the launch? Ozzy has pinged the FAA with a launch date of
> 2/13, which gives us an extra week, but is still not very far away :)
> Off the top of my head, we still need:
> Helium! (around $100 - Christie, can you confirm?)
> Batteries/power regulation (Alex, Thom - suggestions?)
> Camera (Sam? I just tried bidding on an $11 SD630 with a broken
> display on ebay, but was outbid all the way up to $26 :P)
> APRS tracker & radio
> GPS to feed into tracker
> Mechanical pieces - parachute, insulated carrier, cargo net
> (volunteers to track any of these down?)
> Anything else missing? We already have the balloon and G1 (albeit sans
> software), and I think we can skip the Arduino brain for the moment
> since the APRS tracker gear is likely to be able to read
> pressure/temperature sensors and relay them back down.
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