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Space Data Corp. tests a high-altitude repeater system to help provide a better range for radio signals in hard to reach areas, like deep canyons, and other remote locations.

Balloon Fill

In preparation for launching, Space Data Corp. employees fill a test balloon in high wind conditions.

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Airport Launch

Testers launch the balloon from a municipal airport.

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Preparing for Launch

Testers prepare the high-altitude repeater for launching.

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High Altitude Repeater

The Space Data high-altitude repeater is shown shortly after its launch.

 

 

 

 

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Windy Conditions

Space Data Corp. workers use a launch bag to loft the high-altitude repeater in windy conditions.

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High Field Conditions

The Space Data platform is shown shortly after launch.

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Desert Launch

Testers launch a high-altitude telemetry package in a desert location.

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High Altitude Repeater Launching

At a remote location, testers launch the Space Data high-altitude repeater.

 

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Austere Desert Location

The Space Data high altitude was launched in the desert, under windy conditions.

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Remote Location

The test balloon is launched from a remote location.

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Successful Launch

A successful launch for Space Data Corp.'s  test balloon.

 

 

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Space Data Corp. tests a high-altitude repeater system to help provide a better range for radio signals in hard to reach areas, like deep canyons, and other remote locations.

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