martes, 8 de enero de 2013

Adam Cudworth


HAB outlook for 2013

Here is a taster of what HAB groups round the world have planned for 2013
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I have quite a lot planned – hopefully this year will be my biggest ‘HABing’ year yet. Once I have got Uni exams over and done with (in a few weeks) I hope to carry out a couple of flights (Feb/March time).
Firstly there will be a flight dedicated to testing lots of equipment including my new tracking flight computer (just 3×3.5cm) – currently on it’s way over from China, cutdown modules, possibly a parachute deployment system and possibly solar charging. This flight will mostly be to test equipment out for the long planned ‘HABE Glider’ – the glider is being built currently and will require a whole array of new equipment to fly it successfully (hopefully). The actual HABE Glider first flight I hope will occur in the Summer – quite possibly in Spain! (As the UK CAA restrictions prevent it from being flown here).
Secondly, the HABE Lab will take to the skies sometime soon – I ideally still need more schools/people to get involved, so, when I get time I’ll be publicising it a bit more. That said, I have very keen interest from a few primary schools. It might be the case that the first ‘HABE Lab’ mission flies will less experiments than planned but hopefully will get some publicity so future flights can be filled up. I hope to get the HABE Lab flown around late Feb/March time. Alexei Karpenko  http://www.natrium42.com/halo/flight2/

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