Our fourth flight was a refresher launch to acquaint some of our new volunteers from
our procedures as well as give our affiliates from
a chance to test a new version of their payload box, which included a camera
for taking pictures and a GPS/tracking system. Unfortunately, the Concordia GPS/tracking system had
a few malfunctions and was inoperable for the flight. The spacecraft flew up to 30,000 ft where
the altitude switch failed to activate, requiring our dual-tone backup system to be used. Besides
these few setbacks, a little extra time for setting up the launch and a delayed launch window,
the mission turned out quite well.