6 Replies to “Contest #315”

  1. NASA’s Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility, Palestine, TX.
    31°46’53.09″N 95°43’21.71″W
    It’s quite possible I’ve seen some of the balloons launched from there, as I live near Dallas. I remember once shortly after sunset as stars were beginning to appear, seeing what I had taken to be Jupiter suddenly fade and disappear. Unusual behaviour for a planet, so I concluded it was a balloon. But I never knew where the launch site was.

  2. Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility, NASA
    Palestine, TX
    31°46’52.84″N 95°43’17.44″W

  3. Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (CSBF), Palestine, Texas, United States.

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