Southwest of Fresno, Dairy Aire is a high-power rocket launch that is organized by Tripoli Central California (TCC) which has a 17,000 foot waiver and flies up to and including M class motors.
For the 2012 Dairy Aire launch, Logan Hill and student Kevin Zack launched the revised Balloon Fest payload.
Second version of the prototype payload. The payload now has a barometric and temperature sensor added to the GPS and SD writer base payload. Shown is the payload in the Endeavour’s housing.
Google Earth image generated from payload data.
The Endeavour is ready to launch with the payload activated next to Zack. This is the first launch of the Endeavour and Zack’s level one certification flight. The rocket is flying an I211W with a 10 second delay.