The balloon has left Spitzberg

Published on 07.04.2010 - Generali Arctic Observer

As no written news is published so far in Jean-Louis Etienne website, we just show here the itinerary of the balloon with the datas on line on his website.

Here are the positions of JL Etienne's balloon on April 07th

  • 1/ April 5 at 12h45 : longitude : 20°E / latitude : 78°N / direction : NNE / altitude : 267 m / balloon speed : 12 km/h /
  • 2/ April 6 avril at 09h45 : longitude : 27°E / latitude : 79°N / direction : NNE / altitude : 291 m / balloon speed : 16 km/h /
  • 3/ April 6 avril at 15h30 : longitude : 28°E / latitude : 80°N / direction : NNW / altitude : 252 m / balloon speed : 31 km/h /
  • 4/ April 6 avril at 21h45 : longitude : 24°E / latitude : 81°N / direction : NNW / altitude : 182 m / balloon speed : 30 km/h /
  • 5/ April 7 at 02h15 : longitude : 22°E / latitude : 82°N / direction : N / altitude : 195 m / balloon speed : 23 km/h /

Source : Jean-Louis Etienne website

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