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Space on 11.11.11.

Creative Collaboration: Whether you are an amateur astronomer or a space industry professional there's allot to explore in the sky above on 11/11/11.

Location: earth or somewhere in orbit
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Latest Activity: Oct 31, 2011

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Comment by Daniel Lichtblau on October 31, 2011 at 4:52pm
Just realized that the early morning of 11/11 will be a full moon.
Comment by Katy Gates on June 15, 2011 at 3:15pm
Hello all! Here at One Day on Earth, we're gearing up for 11/11/11 and we want you to join! Anyone thinking of something new for November?
Comment by Grant Willis on November 1, 2010 at 2:52pm
Well our "space balloon flight" attempt went bust. The test flight the day before took a left turn at the end, landing more than 70km away from where it was supposed to due to the late bursting of the balloon. This damaged the payload and telemetry systems as it landed in the ocean about 50m offshore.The weather degraded again for the Sunday too practically gauranteeing a landing in the lake or out to sea. Considering where Saturday's flight landed - well de decided we didnt want to go swiming twice in October - it's still a bit cold down here!

To see what might have been - here is the film a shot on 10.9.10 of the Horus 8 Balloon flight. It doesnt qualify for ODOE as it wasnt shot on the day, but you still might enjoy it!

Comment by One Day On Earth on October 6, 2010 at 5:51am
There are a few people Involved in world space week. And NASA will be sharing footage of the space station.
Comment by Darren Murtha on October 5, 2010 at 9:03pm
I have a telescope that can be attached to my still camera, so I'll try to shoot some stills at night on 10-10!
Comment by Grant Willis on October 2, 2010 at 1:48am
How are others proposing to involve space in this project I wonder? I am involved with a group that is planning on launching a helium balloon with a camera and tracking payload to the edge of space on 10.10.10 over South Australia. The last launch this group undertook reached an altitude of 116,000ft.

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