Hi Mark,

OK, then, we'll bug you. Is there a good time to stop by your office and
talk balloons? Maybe this coming Friday, or the Wednesday after (10/1)
at the end of the day?

Thanks,

Andrew

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> not really. I would probably be the best contact for easy
> questions...most of my students doing this now are focused on payloads
> and not the actual balloon launch stuff...
> 
> mark w.
> 
> Quoting "Andrew Greenberg" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> 
>> Hi Mark!
>>
>> We're getting ready to launch our next generation rocket in the next
>> month or so, and we'd like to test our new (and, hopefully, more
>> reliable) recovery system.
>>
>> One way we'd like to do this is via balloon; take the rocket nose cone
>> and recovery module up to a few hundred feet, drop it, and watch it
>> deploy. We need to loft about 2kg to 100 ft (or more), and probably do
>> this a few dozen times in the course of an afternoon.
>>
>> We've not worked with balloons before; do you have a student with some
>> ballooning experience that might be willing to give us a hand with the
>> planning and/or execution?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Andrew
>>
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>> Portland State Aerospace Society (http://psas.pdx.edu/)
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