That was the motor chuffing, we think. Keith, can you give us the column
names and units for your gnumeric file? I'd like to post it as cvs.

Thanks,

Andrew


Glenn LeBrasseur wrote:
> Is the speed measurement a little off? I am sure I heard a sonic boom.
> In fact I thought I heard two cracks seperated by about 1/2 second?
> 
> Glenn
> 
> Glenn LeBrasseur,  KJ7SU
> gle...@twaves.org
> 
> 
> 
> Quoting Keith Packard <kei...@keithp.com>:
> 
>> Here's the data I captured from the on-board telemetrum data log.
>>
>> The graph is a bit messy as it has so many lines.
>>
>> Here's some numbers too:
>>
>> Max height above ground: 3864m (baro)
>> Max speed:                308m/s (baro) 286m/s (accel)
>> Max accel:                120m/s² (accel)
>> Time to apogee:            28.2s
>>
>> -- 
>> keith.pack...@intel.com
>>
> 
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