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Thread: New Zealand Radar

  1. #2461
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    I was just about to post the same. Update of launch within 15mins

    https://twitter.com/COSIBalloon

    I wonder if there was a couple, or the top one was just to keep it safe off the ground while filling. The other tiny spec might be the leader
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    About to launch

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    Away and Tracking on FlightRadar! :-D

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    How cool was that! Now we hope that it doesnt disappear over 50,000
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    Hopefully someone is still awake at FR24 to sort out the ceiling.

    You can see onboard camera on this page http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nasa-csbf-ldsd

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    Nasa Balloon.JPG

    Now picking up the NASA Balloon

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    Looking at the winds at 100000 feet on earth.nullschool.net with height at 10hPa which is about right for that altitude, it could possibly head NW and to Australia. If I'm looking at things right. Will be interesting to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    How cool was that! Now we hope that it doesnt disappear over 50,000
    Nearly there, 49400 feet. Fingers crossed.

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    And there it goes. Good spotting. Unusual, normally its a W-E track
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    And there it goes. Good spotting. Unusual, normally its a W-E track
    I was hoping it would climb a little slower so it had a chance of heading closer to Wellington.

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