Project Horus High altitude balloon project


Horus 22 flies tomorrow, flight reports for 20 21 online

This Wednesday, the 14th of March around 9am, we'll be launching Horus 22. We'll be running the standard 300 baud RTTY telemetry (434.650MHz) and APRS (145.175MHz). Tracking instructions are, as always, available here.

Horus 22 launch prediction, as of the 11th of March.

Thanks to the hard work of Mark, the launch info pages for Horus 20В and Horus 21 (the two launches) are now (finally) up! Go take a look and see what we did while in Ballarat.

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  1. What a great flight apart from the splashdown ending. Im glad to see my rush-to-build telemetry decoding setup worked fairly well. The Icom R10 did a pretty good job with a simple dual band vertical antenna.

  2. Shame to see it splashed down 5km out to sea. Maybe if you have a boat you might be lucky. Was watching launch to splashdown in Sydney- locky coppers wernt watching the high speed pursuit chase cars.

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