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  1. Gateway To Space ASEN / ASTR 2500 Class #21 Colorado Space Grant Consortium

  2. One Minute Reports: - What is the optimal battery operation temperature for alkaline batteries? - Which country has the best rocket? - Why not use ion for all spacecraft? - Why are we replacing the shuttle with capsule? - Why not repair and refuel the Saturn V? - Why didn’t we see more on Russian rockets? - How much thrust is too much? - What sort of environmental impacts to launches have? - What will be the order of BalloonSats on a string? - Is LRR powerpoint?

  3. One Minute Reports: Team #1            0 Team #2            1 DV Recorder Team #3            1 DV Recorder Team #4            0 Team #5            1 DV Recorder (but one more is needed) Team #6            0 Team #7            0 (but one is needed) Team #8            2 DV Recorders (1 normal, 1 Russian) Team #9            0 Team #10          1 DV Recorder

  4. One Minute Reports:

  5. You are about to launch something to the edge of space… - Are you ready? - Launch is in 4 days - Is Time your enemy or your friend? - How would you feel if you had another week?

  6. You are about to launch something to the edge of space…

  7. Announcements: - Orbit lecture will be 11-15 or 11-29 - Presentations are on the class website - LRR on Thursday - 5 minutes, Powerpoint with only proof of readiness - DD C due with BalloonSat turn-in (Friday) - Broken cameras - Receipts and order forms - Space Grant use

  8. Announcements:

  9. Announcements:

  10. Announcements: - Payloads need to be turned in by 2:00 PM Friday - Not all team members need to be present - Bring RFF card and proof of compliance - Suggest you bring your budget and receipts - Final weights will be taken and payload left with me - Schedule of available times

  11. Announcements: BalloonSats turned in on Friday by 2:00 PM Let’s pick the times now… 1. 08:30 – 09:00 Team 8 742 no hp 2. 09:00 – 09:30 Team 3 780 no hp 3. 09:30 – 10:00 Team 5 1173 4. 10:00 – 10:30 Team 9 795 5. 10:30 – 11:00 Team 2 700 no hp 6. 11:00 – 11:30 Team 7 730 no hp 7. 12:00 – 12:30 Team 1 920 8. 12:30 – 13:00 Team 4 900 9. 13:00 – 13:30 Team 10 1100 no hp 10. 13:30 – 14:00 Team 6 770

  12. Launch Logistics Class #21 Colorado Space Grant Consortium

  13. Launch Update:

  14. Launch Update: - Here are some items we need to cover - Meeting location - Launch site directions - Transportation - Launch day procedures - Chase and Recovery - Miscellaneous, but very important

  15. Meeting Location: - Meet in parking lot 436 at 5:15 AM Saturday - Don’t need to meet at CU, can go directly to launch site but be there no later than 6:30 AM. - Be late, be sorry - You needs a ride?

  16. Transportation: - Who needs a ride? - 1 to 2 CU vans - 5 people per van - 1 person per team - The goal is to have all vehicles stay together

  17. Launch Day Procedures:

  18. Where?: Boulder to Windsor

  19. Where?: Boulder to Windsor - Foothills to 119

  20. Where?: Boulder to Windsor - 119 to I-25

  21. Where?: - Windsor, Colorado - I-25 North - Exit 262 - East, 1.3 miles - CR 3 - Right on CR 3 - 200 – 300 yards - Launch Site left

  22. Launch Day: Getting There

  23. Launch Day: Getting There

  24. Launch Day: Getting There

  25. Launch Day: Getting Ready

  26. Launch Day: Getting Ready

  27. Launch Day: “Stick a fork in it” Ready

  28. Launch Day: Ready

  29. Launch Day Procedures: - There are several players on the field to ensure our launches are good - Launch Control and Launch Supporters - Launch Coordinator - Payload Launchers - Guppies

  30. Launch Day Procedures: - Edge of Space Science Guys - Have fancy radios and usually blue hats - Very nice but run a tight schedule - Don’t drop their control payloads - Don’t congregate in their control room Launch Control and Launch Supporters

  31. Launch Day Procedures: Launch Coordinator

  32. Launch Day Procedures: Payload Launchers

  33. What Not To Do At Launch Site… Launch Day Procedures: Payload Launchers

  34. BalloonSats • Typical launch

  35. What TO DO At Launch Site… Launch Day Procedures: Payload Launchers

  36. Introduction:

  37. Launch Day Procedures: Guppies

  38. Launch Day Procedures:

  39. Launch Day Procedures: “Did I flip the switches?”

  40. Launch Day Procedures: - Dress in layers, you will be outside all day - Access to High School for facilities - Limited access to power - 6:30 Arrive at launch site - 6:40 Breakfast is served - 7:10 Balloon Fill begins - 7:30 Launch - 7:35 Report to assigned SUV with lunch - 7:40 Begin Chase

  41. Chase and Recovery: - 2006 Predicted

  42. Chase and Recovery: - 2007 Predicted

  43. Chase and Recovery: If you are driving yourself… - Arrive fully fueled and ready to go - Gas Station at exit of in town, not sure on hours - Cars must be in good shape and suitable for highway driving as well as various terrains (4WD recommended) - Recommend sticking with vans - Will be more fun - Speeds can get high…

  44. Chase and Recovery: - Speeds can get high…

  45. Chase and Recovery:

  46. Chase and Recovery:

  47. Chase and Recovery:

  48. Chase and Recovery:

  49. Chase and Recovery:

  50. Chase and Recovery: