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JP Aerospace News Update

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Sat Jan 14, 2006 3:47 pm
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1/7/2006 We’re in the planning stages of the 2006 flight campaign. Our over all Master plan/Mission list guides us in general.
Funding, clearances and resources though, have their impacts on which missions to fly and when they get flown.

Pic from the Past: Here’s a shot of balloons being readied to lift a rocket for launch back in February 1995.
http://www.jpaerospace.com/whatsnewpics/redballoons.jpg

1/7/2006 New Video: There and Back Again
http://www.jpaerospace.com/thereandback.wmv

From launch to 77,000 feet and back to the ground again. The remains of a balloon got wrapped around the
vehicle on the way down making an interesting effect.

Work comtinues on the Away 27 vehicle. With so many PongSats on board we may seperate the mission into
two vehicles. If we fly two, we will try and take pictures of one vehicle from the other at the edge of space.

Be sure to stop by the PongSat store for cool space tee shirts

1/1/2006 JPA’s plan for 2006: higher…

For previous JP Aerospace news, visit: http://www.jpaerospace.com/whatsnewoct-dec05.html

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