Prize submissions are now open for GSBC 2019 April 5-29.
We are with the BYU-Idaho Physics Department, launching high altitude weather balloons for physics research as well as research in related science fields.
We plan to get 360-360 footage of the 2017 solar eclipse in the line of totality, in conjunction with Weber State University's HARBOR program. We also plan to send up other equipment to perform experiments and receive data.
We joined the GSBC to be part of the community and share what we find from our flights this summer.