RAW AUDIO | EXTREMELY close Airbus A319 flyby captured by GoPro on a High Altitude Weather Balloon

RAW AUDIO | EXTREMELY close Airbus A319 flyby captured by GoPro on a High Altitude Weather Balloon

70 minutes into our 3.5 hour high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flight, OLHZN-5, we inadvertently experienced an extremely close flyby over Newark, NY (**not New Jersey**) from an Airbus A319 operated by Delta Air Lines (Flight #159) which was en-route from Boston, MA to Detroit, MI and flying just over our payload at 38,000 FT. This is the footage captured from the onboard camera of the event. All of our flights follow FAA Federal Aviation Regulation requirements outlined in FAR Section 101 and additionally have NOTAMs filed with the FAA and coordination is performed with the local ARTCCs and airports to ensure safe operations.

The flight launched from Honeoye, NY just outside of the Rochester New York area in the Finger Lakes region. The flight traveled to an altitude of 102,544 FT. and landed northwest of Syracuse, NY.

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All of our flights follow FAA Federal Aviation Regulation requirements outlined in FAR Section 101 and additionally have NOTAMs filed with the FAA and coordination is performed with the local ARTCCs and airports to ensure safe operations.

This is the raw audio version with no music added. No sound effects have been added at all. This audio is completely raw. For the original video (with background music), see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TFGQupHZDM

View the more video from this flight at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVzZyvqiOhQ&list=PLunV3mWVP650kp7uXflNDh7VYh7EVfzPr

View full flight data & details at: http://overlookhorizon.com/flight-5

To learn more about our Arduino based flight computer, APRS transmitter, RTTY radio transmitter, ham radio balloon tracking methods or any of our other onboard technology and data sensors; visit http://overlookhorizon.com

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Watch a full flight with beautiful views from launch to the stratosphere and back over Finger Lakes in NY: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZwq86wWknk
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