Hey, It's me again, Mitchell Ciupak! Back at it again, bringing you guys up to speed on our project. We had a great meeting with a grad student at OSU named Matt Ritz. Shout out to him. He helped us trim down our systems architecture. This means our GPS will be much more simplified and less expensive. Besides that we have just been working on learning a little more coding needed to run our GPS and planning . Today we will be updating the budget and the rest of this week we will be planning out our fundraising and brushing up on coding. Thanks again for reading, see you next week!
This is Bryce Buwick. My partner and I have made a lot headway since last week! We are meeting with a couple of professionals this week and we plan to have the System Architecture all figured out. When that is planned out, all that would be left would be to buy parts, build the GPS and lastly test the system in the harsh conditions. Our project is really coming together and we want to thank all the supporters and readers we have! We were very surprised to see the growth our blog is taking on. So happy to be a bigger part of the McG Community!
This is Mitchell Ciupak. My partner and I are still in the planning and design phase of the project. We have developed all of our experimental design. We have most of our budget planned out except the questions about how and where to purchase helium. We now have a launch location as well as a fleshed out list of hardware for our systems architecture. During the next few days we will be developing a risk matrix, consulting with specialists regarding our technical architecture, finishing the budget, and researching other experiments similar to ours to gain perspective and find the most efficient way to do this experiment. I wish everyone reading this a blessed week; a new update will be out same time next week.