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On 9th october 2020, amateur radio balloons were launched from schools across the usa each with aprs on either 144. Joanne michael, km6bwb, a science educator in los angeles and veteran of several balloon launches with her students, initiated the event by challenging ted tagami, kk6uuq, from magnitude. Io, a partner of amateur radio on the international space station (ariss). Balloon experiments with amateur radio (bear) is a series of canadian-based amateur radio high-altitude balloon experiments by a group of amateur radio operators and experimenters from sherwood park and edmonton, alberta. The experiments started in the year 2000 and continued with bear-9 in 2012 reaching 36,010 metres (118,140 ft). The na1wj staff launched four pico balloons from the summit during the world scout jamboree with call signs na1wj-5, na1wj-6, na1wj-7, and na1wj-8. The skytracker payload that flies on the small jamboree balloons weighs less than a half ounce and is totally solar-powered. Launch of the ve3rex-11 amateur radio balloon launch in perth, ontario on saturday, november 7th, 2009. Eleven schools across the us launched helium-filled balloons carrying amateur radio payloads on october 9. The smithsonian air and space museum live-streamed the multiple launches. The balloons are trackable via ham radio on aprs (either 144.). Ham radio balloning category is a curation of 23 web resources on , w5acm, treasure valley near space program, high altitude ballooning, from the ground up (and back again). Beginning in january of 2007, the mit radio society has been active in amateur radio high altitude ballooning. The idea is to fly transmitters and other electronics, such as gps and cameras to miles above the earth using large helium-filled balloons. Cosmic radiation is over 100 times greater than at sea level. Hobbiests and citizen scientists alike use balloons to send payloads to near space,. In the us, the annual great plains super launch will take place on june 14-16, 2018.