[Space] KML from G1 data
longobord at gmail.com
Tue Jun 8 14:52:56 PDT 2010
Hm. The highest data point recorded via APRS is 71185 ft. around the
location where the KML data was peaking (although there are gaps after
that). See: http://aprs.fi/?call=KJ6ERK-11&mt=m&z=11&timerange=86400. The
G1, according to all reports, will only accurately report location up to
60,000 ft. If you managed to hack that, then kudos... but you probably want
to double check your altitude calculations.
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On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 1:11 PM, Chris Paget <ivegotta at tombom.co.uk> wrote:
> This doesn't seem right. Assuming the kml measures altitude in metres,
> that puts apogee at about 200,000 feet - I thought the ceiling for
> balloons was about 120k feet?
> Was the G1 the only GPS that flew? Would be nice to have another set of
> data to validate against.
> On 06/08/2010 11:56 AM, Jonathan Moore wrote:
> > On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 7:29 AM, Erik Ebert <eebert at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Cool. I stripped out the dropouts so it displays a little better...
> > did the new flight really go that much higher? I guess we did not have
> > data from a good protaion of the alpha flight that could explain it.
> > -Jonathan
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