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May 31, 2017 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

In test of eclipse project, students send balloon to the stratosphere

Students at Rendezvous Elementary School gathered Friday to ...


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Wet conditions didn't halt the balloon launch Friday at Rendezvous Elementary School, part of the NASA Space Grant High Altitude Eclipse balloon challenge led by local educators Cheryl Coleman (holding balloon), and Suki Smaglik (holding rope). A mix of Riverton teachers and members of the Wind River Eclipse Education Team collaborated to guide fifth-graders in the balloon launch. Photos by Alejandra Silva

Wet conditions didn't halt the balloon launch Friday at Rendezvous Elementary School, part of the NASA Space Grant High Altitude Eclipse balloon challenge led by local educators Cheryl Coleman (holding balloon), and Suki Smaglik (holding rope). A mix of Riverton teachers and members of the Wind River Eclipse Education Team collaborated to guide fifth-graders in the balloon launch. Photos by Alejandra Silva


Wet conditions didn't halt the balloon launch Friday at Rendezvous Elementary School, part of the NASA Space Grant High Altitude Eclipse balloon challenge led by local educators Cheryl Coleman (holding balloon), and Suki Smaglik (holding rope). A mix of Riverton teachers and members of the Wind River Eclipse Education Team collaborated to guide fifth-graders in the balloon launch. Photos by Alejandra Silva

Wet conditions didn't halt the balloon launch Friday at Rendezvous Elementary School, part of the NASA Space Grant High Altitude Eclipse balloon challenge led by local educators Cheryl Coleman (holding balloon), and Suki Smaglik (holding rope). A mix of Riverton teachers and members of the Wind River Eclipse Education Team collaborated to guide fifth-graders in the balloon launch. Photos by Alejandra Silva

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