- Current Cambridge Uni CUSF predictor: http://predict.habhub.org/
- Aerocene Collaboration with Cambridge CUSF: http://aerocene.org/post/2017/1/11/hacking-aerocene-flight-prediction-cambridge-university-spaceflight-at-the-aerocene-hack
- More info on the collaboration: http://aerocene.org/aerocene-hack-2-documentation
- New API that is suitable for solar balloons flight predictions, not just helium ones: http://tawhiri.readthedocs.io/en/latest/api.html
- Objective: creating a new online GUI that leverages the new API suitable for solar balloons
Another idea that would be super useful for solar balloon free flight planning > ability to incorporate commercial flight routes into the prediction, this could be done by incorporating info from www.skyvector.com. The problem with this site is that it doesn’t show the underlying geography, which is essential for balloon recovery planning. I have found the best option for this is superimposing commercial airplanes trajectories with Google Maps geographic relief view. Here’s an example of some short free flight planning where I put together these layers through Photoshop.