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[05:42] <OZ1SKY_Brian> gm
[06:24] <PE2BZ> Good morning.
[06:25] <PE2BZ> Packing to go....
[06:25] <OZ1SKY_Brian> gm ben
[06:25] <OZ1SKY_Brian> you going out to BHP-4 ?
[06:25] <PE2BZ> Indeed
[06:25] <OZ1SKY_Brian> nice
[06:26] <PE2BZ> Nice calm weather.... 200 gram necklift....
[06:26] <OZ1SKY_Brian> will listen
[06:26] <PE2BZ> > 7 hours till burst
[06:26] <PE2BZ> Sending the balloon back to the UK.
[06:27] <PE2BZ> Spent 2 hours yesterday working on my knots. Will not happen again the 1000 gram balloon flies away and drops the tracker on 300 m altitude...
[06:27] <OZ1SKY_Brian> oh i didnt hear about that
[06:29] <PE2BZ> That was the last flight. Ascending with 1.5 m/s then (we supposed it to be caused by a rain shower) a drop with 1.5 m/s and minutes later it ended up at about 500 m from the home of PB0AHX so they went to pick it up, the trackers and chute where there, only the balloon and the rope which attached the payload to it where gone.
[06:30] <PE2BZ> So that one might also have reached > 40km but difficult to prov ;-)
[06:30] <daveake> :)
[06:31] <OZ1SKY_Brian> lol
[06:33] <PE2BZ> Never being a boy scout, so I never learned the ¨pole stitch¨ and yesterday I could make on in one end of the rope attached to the RS41 tracker but could not get my mind to reverse that for the other end of the rope to attach it to the parachute.
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[06:34] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> PE2BZ: here you go Ben :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUHgGK-tImY
[06:34] <PE2BZ> So a Dutch radio listening amateur did send me a series of images with a coloured shoelace how to reverse the pole stitch without having to pull the RS41 through the loop.
[06:35] <PE2BZ> SA6BSS-Mike|2, LOL should I make my own clip ?
[06:37] <PE2BZ> I am leaving now, ttul
[06:37] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> you should :) as they say in the mowie, if we screwup we have it on film :)
[06:37] <OZ1SKY_Brian> GL Ben
[06:37] <PE2BZ> thanks!
[06:37] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> are you sending of the atgm336 as well ?
[06:42] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SA6BSS-Mike|2 is Teracom.se the best source of freq listing for bfm?
[06:43] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> dont knowm but they are the head of all TV and Radio tx networkd in SWE as far as I know
[06:43] <OZ1SKY_Brian> ok
[06:43] <OZ1SKY_Brian> found the info i was looking for at teracom
[06:46] <OZ1SKY_Brian> was trying to ID a SRP1 tx
[06:47] <OZ1SKY_Brian> was göteborg, so not real dx :-)
[06:48] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> no, clsosest around from you :)
[06:48] <OZ1SKY_Brian> halmstad is stronger
[06:49] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> ok
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[07:13] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03BHP-4 - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=BHP-4
[07:13] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03PB0AHX-4FSK after 032 days silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=PB0AHX-4FSK
[07:14] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03bz-ttn-v2 after 0319 hours silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=bz-ttn-v2
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[08:22] <OZ1SKY_Brian> PE2BZ very slow accent :-)
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[08:28] <OZ1SKY_Brian> SA6BSS-Mike|2 Sweden is allways ahead or? https://pasteboard.co/JaTlQZY.png
[08:28] <OZ1SKY_Brian> :-)
[08:32] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> haha :)
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[09:26] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03W5KUB-18 after 0314 hours silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=W5KUB-18
[09:53] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03Test1car - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=Test1car
[10:05] <PE2BZ> SA6BSS-Mike|2, You did fly the atgm336 GPS succesfully above 6 km altitude, right ?
[10:41] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> hehe, yes, so have you
[10:42] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> +24000m ?
[10:44] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03PS-74 after 0316 hours silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=PS-74
[10:47] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03PS-76 after 033 days silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=PS-76
[10:47] <PE2BZ> SA6BSS-Mike|2, no, the first wspr tracker did use the ublox M8 series, the one with the atgm is still on the desk. My sketch will be observed this afternoon :-) The ttn software only transmits with valid position and last weekend it started transmitting below 5500 m again and today it stopped avove the 6000 m. We will see... solar-ttn is not going to fly without software update....
[10:51] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> yeas, I have flown it over 11000m
[10:52] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> but didnd you fly one atgm last year up over 24km?
[10:55] <PE2BZ> Did I ?
[10:57] <PE2BZ> Last sunday you mean ?
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[11:09] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> no, late last year
[11:10] Action: PE2BZ has to much free time
[11:10] <PE2BZ> Let me try to find that....
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[11:20] <PE2BZ> SA6BSS-Mike|2, has a good memory.... 13 th of december TTGO-T-deer flight.
[11:21] <PE2BZ> 15th of december that is...
[11:23] <PE2BZ> ttgo-t-deer. Different software if I recall right. Time to investigate.... Have another 3 hours to wait ;-)
[11:25] <fsphil> https://i.imgur.com/Ga3MHWf.png
[11:25] <fsphil> oooh
[11:29] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03NASD01 after 033 days silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=NASD01
[11:29] <fsphil> aww, moving away
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[11:44] <KevWal> Nice to see the Dutch Military 'DutchMilBT' following BHP-4 too :)
[11:54] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> PE2BZ: good that my memory sometimes serce me :)
[12:04] <SM0ULC-David> hi guys, nice channel crossing today :)
[12:09] <PE2BZ> SM0ULC-David, Steve sold us a boomerang instead of a balloon ;-)
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[12:12] <KevWal> Hehe, it is coming back home :)
[12:12] <KevWal> so what is the altitude record exactly and who holds it right now? :)
[12:15] <PE2BZ> For the Netherlands it´s ours ar 39.043 meter.
[12:15] <PE2BZ> But all tries aiming for 40 km :-)
[12:18] <SM0ULC-David> PE2BZ: for forgot to deactivate the 'return-home' feature?
[12:18] <SM0ULC-David> s/for/you
[12:25] <nmcc> TTN appears to be effective!
[12:25] <PE2BZ> No, surely not ;-) It has ET´s phone number on it !
[12:26] <nmcc> Shame I haven't got any of my 'proper' aerials for the gateways or the HAB stuff - will try a mag mount in a minute
[12:26] <PE2BZ> SA6BSS-Mike|2, 30.255 meter on the TTN tracker.... My script suddenly woke up so I am going to consider this being an ¨overlaod¨ bug on the things netwokr....
[12:30] <nmcc> It was showing data from 3.5 hours back and then BANG - was the data slow from TTN or was it your script processing & uploading?
[12:32] <PE2BZ> I did not touch the linux PC with the script.... It was started this morning, fresh start, and left untouched after the collection / uploading stopped. The PC is running Ubuntu and has no other tasks at this moment.
[12:32] <bertrik> could also be the ttn-to-habhub code ... :)
[12:32] <PE2BZ> Really ? ;-)
[12:33] <bertrik> nah
[12:33] <PE2BZ> But this proves the GPS does nog need flight mode enabled. There is only TX from GPS to the arduino wired :-)
[12:36] <bertrik> I do wonder about the load this puts on TheThingsNetwork sometimes, although it's all low datarate
[12:37] <nmcc> Ubuntu - it was probably trying to install the new microk8 snap and 32 nodes in the background
[12:38] <PE2BZ> bertrik, I did ask about the number of receivers vs the data rate limit but there appeared to be no objections fo big number of receivers.
[12:41] <KevWal> huge number of receivers for the TTN :)
[12:42] <KevWal> Including Northern Ireland and Western France
[12:43] <bertrik> denmark too :D
[12:49] <OZ1SKY_Brian> yeah but still below the HOR here
[12:51] <PE2BZ> OZ1SKY_Brian, horizontal speed > vertical speed, sorry...
[12:52] <OZ1SKY_Brian> ok no OTH rx here :-)
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[13:00] <KevWal> it was disappearing into the noise for me for a couple of sentences, but seems clearer now.
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[13:02] <DK6OV> Hi, I could receive PB0AHX-4DSK from 575 km distance now!
[13:02] <KevWal> BTW, how does the habhub live landing predictor predict burst? or is the habhub live prediction not going to be anywhere near accurate untill after burst?
[13:02] <KevWal> dell done DK6OV
[13:02] <PE2BZ> Excellent Dieter !
[13:03] <DK6OV> First time, I could a receive a sonde over England.
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[13:16] <PE2BZ> We like to welcome Bozzey being receiver number 85 :-)
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[13:17] <Bozzey> Hello PE2BZ
[13:20] <PE2BZ> Hi John. Good to see you on the map too . Any time to add a bit of HE to the balloon for me ?
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[13:24] <Bozzey> :O
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[13:35] <PB0AHX-Herman> @PE2BZ, the last pus we released out the bollon we need this now
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[13:35] <PE2BZ> Bring it back PB0AHX-Herman ;-)
[13:35] <RocketBoy> I guessing that the reason bz-ttn-v2 is running 20-30mins behind on the tracker (and not PB0AHX-4FSK) is because of all the listener uploads?
[13:36] <PB0AHX-Herman> hihihihi
[13:36] <SM0ULC-David> nice float!
[13:36] <PE2BZ> RocketBoy, only one uploader (that´s me) with all the callsigns grabbed from the things network. 10 minutes behind over here.
[13:37] <RocketBoy> yeah - i think its catching up
[13:37] <RocketBoy> it was 30mins behind about 10mins ago
[13:37] <SM0ULC-David> how long is it exptected to be up?
[13:38] <RocketBoy> Floats - who can tell its all about latex degradation
[13:38] <PB0AHX-Herman> we hope to 40KM+
[13:38] <RocketBoy> it wont now its in a float
[13:39] <RocketBoy> not sure its that cool to be lighting up 1/2 of europes TTN nodes every 20 to 30 seconds
[13:42] <PE2BZ> Thats an assumption I guess ?
[13:42] <RocketBoy> floats - if it makes it into night them it may last until tomorrow morning - assuming the power holds up
[13:42] <PE2BZ> the 20 - 30 seconds ?
[13:43] <RocketBoy> oh - the 1/2 - yeah its really an english expression meaning "a lot"
[13:43] <PE2BZ> It is set to have an interval of 145 seconds. (hard delay) then wait for GPS lock, then transmit.
[13:45] <PE2BZ> It did upload on the 3 minute interval till about 6 km altitude after which it disappeared/ Suddenly, above 30 km altitude, the data came available again somehow, and it looks like the map is trying to sync now.
[13:45] <RocketBoy> ah - its much slower now - was about 30 sec earlier in the flight
[13:46] <RocketBoy> must have just appeared that way to me from the update appearing on my screen
[13:48] <RocketBoy> as it catches up
[13:49] <PE2BZ> No problem. I try to follow the rules for duty cycle and even asked on TTN forum if there was a problem with massive number of uploaders for the same payload.
[13:53] <RocketBoy> think I worked out if its SF12 then I think the fair usage limit is somewhere around 4 to 5 mins for a cayenneLPP message containing GPS + temp + bat etc.
[13:55] <bertrik> there's a difference between the radio regulations which typically says 1% duty cycle and the TTN FUP of 30s upload per day, the latter is much stricter, but it's not a hard rule
[13:55] <RocketBoy> its still creeping up in altitude - got at least 6 hours before sundown - so may well burst before then.
[13:57] <PE2BZ> bertrik, I follow the 30 s, could have left the tracker at 120 seconds interval, limiting myself to 17 hours of transmission. With >30 hours battery life I decided to go for 24 hours within the rules.
[13:58] <RocketBoy> I measured a SF12 cayenne LPP message at about 2-3 sec I think - so thats about 12 messages per hour
[13:58] <RocketBoy> for 1% duty cycle
[13:59] <RocketBoy> https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1X_hsJFS4dcnyUsuVAKHqBIBK5Ket3MyU
[14:00] <PB0AHX-Herman> Bursts
[14:01] <PE2BZ> I do use SF7 Cayenne LPP estimated airtime 57 mS
[14:01] <PE2BZ> A bit away for Coffee
[14:01] <PE2BZ> brb
[14:02] <PE2BZ> PB0AHX-Herman, no burst today....
[14:03] <PB0AHX-Herman> no was a litle fall down
[14:05] <RocketBoy> good job it was a totex
[14:06] <RocketBoy> bbl
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[14:09] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03PE1ngw_chase - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=PE1ngw_chase
[14:25] <PE2BZ> It was a totex... It still is a totex ;-)
[14:25] <nmcc> Anyone got an exact freq. for the RTTY please
[14:37] <Bozzey> Burst?
[14:37] <SM0ULC-David> seems so
[14:37] <PE2BZ> nmcc, 434.736.9 on the 991a
[14:38] <nmcc> Cheers, only got a mag mount, but worth a go
[14:39] <PE2BZ> Sure !
[14:39] <nmcc> At least it will land in England so up to 6 people can go in to a field to search for it - if it had ended up in Wales ...
[14:39] <PE2BZ> We have had receivers with an X-50 on the couch inside the house today ;-)
[14:40] <nmcc> I had to move house, proper antennas still at old house
[14:40] <PE2BZ> Than you did not move the house ;-)
[14:41] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03SA6BSS-8 after 035 days silence - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=SA6BSS-8
[14:42] <nmcc> That would be funny if I hadn't wasted the last two months of my life moving the CONTENTS of the house one car load at a time :-(
[14:42] <PE2BZ> ;-)
[14:42] <nmcc> What is your LoRaWAN dev address? I'm getting a new contact on one of the gateways ...
[14:43] <PE2BZ> device EUI ?
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[14:44] <PE2BZ> Device Address 26
[14:44] <PE2BZ> Hope it´s our UFO :-)
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[14:46] <PE2BZ> There´s a 25 Euro Finders Fee for the payload :-)
[14:47] <Bozzey> Could land very close to a tracker
[14:48] <PE2BZ> Would be nice :-)
[14:48] <SM0ULC-David> btw, any software for decoding lora on a generig sdr?
[14:48] <PE2BZ> NO!
[14:49] <KevWal> it is coming for my house :)
[14:49] <PE2BZ> Sorry could not resist the two capitals
[14:49] Action: PE2BZ is humming bring it back, bring it back to me
[14:49] <SM0ULC-David> have some signals here that might be lora but not sure
[14:49] <PE2BZ> I knew the callsign sounded familiar
[14:49] <nmcc> LoRa chirps are proprietary to Semtech so, no
[14:50] <PE2BZ> LoRa is that closed that it won´t work on SDR. Not now, not tomorrow, maybe in the past future....
[14:50] <SM0ULC-David> nmcc: right, still kind of annying...
[14:50] <nmcc> It will be moving up & down in frequency very very fast at SF7, not sure you'd be able to see that on SDR
[14:51] <nmcc> Chips are $4 from China, Pi Zero is £10 ...
[14:51] <bertrik> there is/was actually a plugin for sdrangelove that is able to decode a specific mode, and there has been work done for support in gnuradio
[14:51] <nmcc> That may well be the FSK mode we never use
[14:51] <SM0ULC-David> nmcc: sure, plan to buy some to play, was just curios if the maybe was some new osftware that i had missed
[14:51] <PE2BZ> bertrik, I spent 8 hours with sdrangelove with no luck...
[14:51] <bertrik> i've seen the sdrangelove plugin work, but I used a strong signal
[14:52] <PE2BZ> I guess I was not flexible enough to adjust the tracker settings to something to fit sdrangelove...
[14:52] <RocketBoy> SM0ULC-David: there was some software for decoding LoRa - but it wasn't 100% reliable - don't think it was ever applied to LoRaWAN though
[14:53] <bertrik> the patents tell a lot about how it works, but doesn't tell you which scrambling/shuffling/interleaving/etc is used
[14:53] <KevWal> Argh, the android RTTY decoder only does 50 or 300 Baud, so I cant do decoding on foot...
[14:53] <nmcc> LoRaWAN is just LoRa with a data format - still the same frequency, DR, SF etc
[14:53] <bertrik> correct
[14:54] <bertrik> a network layer on top of the LoRa modulation
[14:54] <PE2BZ> KevWal, good old direction finding... Look for a red chute 55 cm ;-)
[14:54] <SM0ULC-David> RocketBoy: ah
[14:54] <KevWal> PE2BZ - I do have a 433 handheld yagi...
[14:55] <nmcc> With a decent scope and a lot of time you could figure out the chirp sequence but as soon as you put that on paper or in to software, the patent lawyers will wrap you in legal duck tape you will never leave
[14:55] <PE2BZ> Excellent :-) Any receiver to go with it ?
[14:55] <KevWal> Yes, a VR500 - never tried direction finding with it!
[14:55] <nmcc> Wow, I didn't realise they taught English Sarcasm in Holland
[14:56] <KevWal> it is nearer Thrapston than Wellingborough predicted landing now, but not too far...
[14:56] <RocketBoy> SM0ULC-David: I think this was it: https://revspace.nl/DecodingLora
[14:56] <PE2BZ> nmcc, you would be surprised ;-) it´s my middle name
[14:56] <KevWal> @NMCC Hehehe, and I missed the sarcasm and answered!
[14:56] <RocketBoy> I'll have a look back through the UKHAS archive
[14:57] <PE2BZ> We had a very good English teacher at the Technical School over here. He did teach us with paradise by the dashboard light and songs like that...
[14:57] <nmcc> Danger is my middle name
[14:57] <nmcc> My nick name is, er nick
[14:58] <nmcc> Makes registering on websites tricky
[14:58] <PE2BZ> Like ¨the password is incorrect¨ , that never works....
[14:59] <PE2BZ> I expected a bit lower ascent rate....
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[15:01] <nmcc> KevWal will need a rubbish bag for the parts, not a Yagi
[15:02] <PE2BZ> I expect there is over 600 gram of latex on the parachute. Not bursted, but torn apart. Payloads will resist 12 m/s
[15:02] <PE2BZ> Will share an image
[15:03] <nmcc> Maybe it will bounce?
[15:03] <PE2BZ> Back to me ?
[15:04] <nmcc> I had a 500g balloon wrap around half the parachute two years back, payload landed at 18m/s, rebooted and sent pictures of grass
[15:04] <bertrik> haha
[15:05] <PE2BZ> https://www.dropbox.com/s/yylqtiwnko5uzyy/payload.jpg?dl=0
[15:05] <PE2BZ> We flew a Pi with camera, which landed near a piece of horse sh.t and it showed a bug in the image :-)
[15:06] <RocketBoy> seems to have got tangled up during the descebt - as it passed 20,000m it was doing about 20m/sec - which would have equated to a landing speed of about 5m/sec
[15:06] <KevWal> right, I have jeans on incase it is a filed of nettles, typical it is boiling hot here today!
[15:07] <Bozzey> Take some pics please if you find it
[15:07] <bertrik> PE2BZ had a payload fall into the sea (waddenzee) right? goes partially dry twice a day, and it was recovered!
[15:07] <PE2BZ> https://www.dropbox.com/s/4c61c1t4e1bbrlz/balloon.jpg?dl=0
[15:08] <nmcc> If it lands in The Pheasant (pub) at Keyston, it's not open until who knows when
[15:08] <PE2BZ> bertrik, indeed ! Looked like shit inside, payload was left on, in salt water.... SD card was recovered with a bit of WD40 :-)
[15:08] <nmcc> If it lands on the airfield, GA Power seems to be flying again, you may get an airprox
[15:09] <nmcc> My second ever launch ended up in the sea, took ages to get the battery vs saltwater out my clothes when I opened it but the SD Card was A-OK
[15:09] <bertrik> cool
[15:10] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03G7PMO_Chase - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=G7PMO_Chase
[15:10] <nmcc> Is that Kev?
[15:11] <Bozzey> Think so
[15:11] <Bozzey> Matches his call sign
[15:11] <KevWal> Yes, Kev
[15:11] <KevWal> G7PMO
[15:12] <KevWal> Which side of the A14 do we think? N or S?
[15:12] <nmcc> Hopefully it's still transmitting AND sat on top of the crop
[15:12] <nmcc> Or even better, thumbing for a lift home on the side of the A14
[15:12] <PE2BZ> https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/0vLOBGsTolCCMzOGwp7JeCuqqowMew6wnkVc6n3bI5zj0admmtkxhTRVkzlHTnSwOkld3Rc14XC7bn_Pia2EDPS169cNN47hr3Ehr2uwS3WJ91DMrcmg09YyKBYAlqJiVFn10mp6SYWSLClgDjxBzOL6SUdKQEEOQYXiJYKTecIndlx2r7EbJJoe9aaiWKVuYptyV16ZGReuzA5l9Ywrj6MBF_eUDauPaqAsj7yTitZkPpP7zaJ28IQy8wi9WagcUy3Tz2tLrT-JnlEbSOxlU5mQbHACR3hXq_ZNVLVRIoM0DQcSofpW7NtDyyURE1M3hz1XTl3dNlambMpmKkUH5T7NwcvyzC2aMVxKUjWFZ0VlYmg9QOTPYHZECnnves-qt2Z4WQN3CckQXYs4RBq
[15:12] <PE2BZ> epczUg0XDUTsmwesU8DjE5WDF4xjsm8bEMvOvj00HpvAQgd34rgfdUyukJz-pp1FGs2AZbc5EsVQ8FhjxKHafgQDvQvAL58CmOjvJk8DmSyLt4pnVNFLIGNJbMJvPq16EL2wgyf-5eWVg0IvzricO_hiV5zZ_YX14L6ybUThakIJ5QYdr0hz12nF_kR-GCHcdcU2pnW_wQ9-Y-pdnvazNwGtikQdIe10yW7q4mMntwAIdVFBH0GjzcMfmHGbm1BNTF_vwdemizqvB4DCyaKxcuDUw7cv_mircPKTljOZWPug=w793-h1057-no?authuser=0
[15:13] <PE2BZ> Does that link work ? Looks a bit long
[15:13] <nmcc> Nope
[15:13] <nmcc> What was it
[15:13] <YO3ICT> the 2 messages together it works
[15:13] <PE2BZ> https://photos.app.goo.gl/K6WffxCksSFNeU4o8
[15:13] <PE2BZ> Hi Eduard :-)
[15:13] <nmcc> I'd go south - it was at 333m, still plenty of time to cross the road
[15:13] <KevWal> ta will do
[15:14] <KevWal> right, im driving for a bit, will come back on from the mobile when closer
[15:14] <nmcc> But, we have to ask, why did the payload cross the road ...
[15:14] <nmcc> Going to watch the Dragon dock now - too much tech excitement today!
[15:15] <YO3ICT> Already docked for about 1 hour
[15:15] <RocketBoy> looks like it was heading for the A14 - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WS_b_l-Th6T3faQfvi4cUWfcdZa6SyQG/view?usp=sharing
[15:16] <nmcc> Yeah, I had the stream open, I can wind back
[15:17] <nmcc> @RocketBoy, need to make it public
[15:17] <RocketBoy> ???
[15:17] <nmcc> Your link
[15:18] <RocketBoy> ah
[15:18] <RocketBoy> done
[15:19] <nmcc> Now how did you get a chase camera there in time ;-)
[15:33] <PE2BZ> nmcc, I am still waiting for the clue....
[15:39] <Bozzey> Kev is halfway to your payload
[15:39] <RocketBoy> bvlos drone
[15:39] <PE2BZ> I am following his steps :-)
[15:39] <PE2BZ> Wife and kids have to wait for dinner...
[15:40] <nmcc> @RocketBoy, your next challenge is to strap landing rockets a la Falcon 9 to your payloads ...
[15:45] <RocketBoy> G7PMO was amazingly close
[15:49] <PE2BZ> Going to church first :-)
[15:56] <nmcc> Shame the pub's not open - turns out I've eaten there - very good food.
[16:02] <nmcc> I guess Kev's setup doesn't run to the VR-500, a rubber duck, dl-fldigi & a laptop
[16:02] <nmcc> But it does take all the fun out the chase
[16:11] Action: PE2BZ is decoding Messenger data from Kevin
[16:12] <RocketBoy> ah made it across a14
[16:13] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> PE2BZ: rr
[16:14] <Bozzey> Don't know which screen to watch, the opening of the ISS hatch, or Kev looking for the payload =D
[16:14] <RocketBoy> looks like the back garden of the house
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[16:17] <nmcc> ISS - how do they get their shirts ironed?
[16:19] <Bozzey> Extreme Ironing
[16:19] <Bozzey> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extreme_ironing
[16:20] <nmcc> I recall that mini-craze
[16:20] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03KB6CAG-10 - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=KB6CAG-10
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[16:25] <nmcc> Female CapCom reminding the boys to empty the bins
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[16:37] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03N6JED-12 - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=N6JED-12
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[16:52] <PE2BZ> https://photos.app.goo.gl/o3QCRR1QyfGTDJmq8
[16:52] <PE2BZ> Latex Party :-)
[16:53] <PE2BZ> Decoding the audio file from Kevin locally reveilled the last position
[16:54] <Bozzey> He found your payload?
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[16:54] <PE2BZ> Yes Sir :-)
[16:55] <Bozzey> Great news (y)
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[16:55] <Bozzey> Much damage? It did come down fast....
[16:56] <PE2BZ> Looks ok, will watch closer.
[16:58] <nmcc> 🍾
[17:00] <PE2BZ> the rs41 is all ok, the 868 MHz antenna is broken, as expected, because pointing down.
[17:03] <RocketBoy> well done all
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[17:05] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03DK0LG - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=DK0LG
[17:06] <Bozzey> I guess a retrieval like this is a bonus?
[17:09] <PE2BZ> It is indeed :-) Good to have the remains out of the nature too :-)
[17:11] <Bozzey> Well done Ben and Kev, great result
[17:19] <PE2BZ> We are a great duo :-)
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[19:15] <Bozzey> Great result, I enjoyed watching all this, have to go now, take care....
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[20:22] <SA6BSS-Mike|2> must be some good conds on vhf, was hearing Slovakia on the car radio on my way home :)
[20:24] <OZ1SKY_Brian> must have been a narrow opening, nothing here
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[20:48] <KevWal> @NMCC I am told that pub at keyston is very good, but never been myself. Meet you there for a pint once lock down eases?
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[22:46] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03DRTEST - 12https://tracker.habhub.org/#!qm=All&q=DRTEST
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