Launching, tracking and flying high altitude weather balloons in the Rochester, NY area
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  • On February 6, 2018, SpaceX launched the amazing Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, FL. Hundreds of thousands of people witnessed this amazing event in person or online, like we did. However, only a select few of you got to witness history in the making... the Falcon Heavy #SpaceLobster! It was brief and only lasted for a moment, but the #SpaceLobster was still memorable indeed. If you blinked or pulled out your earbuds, you may have missed it. The phenomenon was loud and overpowering and took everyone by surprise. We'll never forget you #SpaceLobster, but your memory lives in with this beautiful memorial T-Shirt. Help the memory live on and help support our nonprofit science & technology education initiatives by purchasing this beauty and let all your friends know that you've seen the #SpaceLobster. Tweet us your #SpaceLobster memories @OLHZN.
  • Love space and science? Help us continue to reach amazing heights with our high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flights by purchasing official Overlook Horizon High Altitude Balloons apparel. Proceeds help us fund future launches and expand our educational initiatives to students and educators in the Upstate New York area as well as across the United States. Help inspire the next generation's engineers and scientists by helping us fund some fun and exciting near space opportunities!
  • Love space and science? Help us continue to reach amazing heights with our high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flights by purchasing official Overlook Horizon High Altitude Balloons apparel. Proceeds help us fund future launches and expand our educational initiatives to students and educators in the Upstate New York area as well as across the United States. Help inspire the next generation's engineers and scientists by helping us fund some fun and exciting near space opportunities!
  • Love space and science? Help us continue to reach amazing heights with our high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flights by purchasing official Overlook Horizon High Altitude Balloons apparel. Proceeds help us fund future launches and expand our educational initiatives to students and educators in the Upstate New York area as well as across the United States. Help inspire the next generation's engineers and scientists by helping us fund some fun and exciting near space opportunities!
  • Love space and science? Help us continue to reach amazing heights with our high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flights by purchasing official Overlook Horizon High Altitude Balloons apparel. Proceeds help us fund future launches and expand our educational initiatives to students and educators in the Upstate New York area as well as across the United States. Help inspire the next generation's engineers and scientists by helping us fund some fun and exciting near space opportunities!
  • Proceeds help fund further launches, education and sciency stuff!  The perfect item to help show your support for our niche space & science community!  Custom OLHZN logo 1.25" round buttons with full color printing and a durable steel pin-back. Easy to wear on just about anything!
  • Proceeds help fund further launches, education and sciency stuff!  Perfect for the fridge, the file cabinet or the car!  These gorgeous magnets are glossy and made to last a lifetime. Made with machines that are solar powered and using the most green friendly supplies as possible.  MADE IN THE USA!
  • OLHZN Mission Patch Sticker

    $2.99$3.99 USD
    Proceeds help fund further launches, education and sciency stuff!  Perfect for laptops or the workbench.  These gorgeous stickers are glossy, vinyl and made to last a lifetime. Made with printing/vinyl machines that are solar powered and using the most green friendly supplies as possible.  MADE IN THE USA!
  • On February 6, 2018, SpaceX launched the amazing Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, FL. Hundreds of thousands of people witnessed this amazing event in person or online, like we did. However, only a select few of you got to witness history in the making... the Falcon Heavy #SpaceLobster! It was brief and only lasted for a moment, but the #SpaceLobster was still memorable indeed. If you blinked or pulled out your earbuds, you may have missed it. The phenomenon was loud and overpowering and took everyone by surprise. We'll never forget you #SpaceLobster, but your memory lives on with these memorial mission patch stickers. Help the memory live on and help support our nonprofit science & technology education initiatives by purchasing one of these beauties and let all your friends know that you've seen the #SpaceLobster. These gorgeous stickers are glossy, vinyl and made to last a lifetime. Made with printing/vinyl machines that are solar powered and using the most green friendly supplies as possible.  MADE IN THE USA! Tweet us your #SpaceLobster memories @OLHZN.
  • On February 6, 2018, SpaceX launched the amazing Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, FL. Hundreds of thousands of people witnessed this amazing event in person or online, like we did. However, only a select few of you got to witness history in the making... the Falcon Heavy #SpaceLobster! It was brief and only lasted for a moment, but the #SpaceLobster was still memorable indeed. If you blinked or pulled out your earbuds, you may have missed it. The phenomenon was loud and overpowering and took everyone by surprise. We'll never forget you #SpaceLobster, but your memory lives on with these memorial mission patch stickers. Help the memory live on and help support our nonprofit science & technology education initiatives by purchasing one of these beauties and let all your friends know that you've seen the #SpaceLobster. These gorgeous stickers are glossy, vinyl and made to last a lifetime. Made with printing/vinyl machines that are solar powered and using the most green friendly supplies as possible.  MADE IN THE USA! Tweet us your #SpaceLobster memories @OLHZN.
  • Love space and science? Help us continue to reach amazing heights with our high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flights by purchasing official Overlook Horizon High Altitude Balloons apparel. Proceeds help us fund future launches and expand our educational initiatives to students and educators in the Upstate New York area as well as across the United States. Help inspire the next generation's engineers and scientists by helping us fund some fun and exciting near space opportunities!
  • Love space and science? Help us continue to reach amazing heights with our high altitude balloon (weather balloon) flights by purchasing official Overlook Horizon High Altitude Balloons apparel. Proceeds help us fund future launches and expand our educational initiatives to students and educators in the Upstate New York area as well as across the United States. Help inspire the next generation's engineers and scientists by helping us fund some fun and exciting near space opportunities!
  • On February 6, 2018, SpaceX launched the amazing Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, FL. Hundreds of thousands of people witnessed this amazing event in person or online, like we did. However, only a select few of you got to witness history in the making... the Falcon Heavy #SpaceLobster! It was brief and only lasted for a moment, but the #SpaceLobster was still memorable indeed. If you blinked or pulled out your earbuds, you may have missed it. The phenomenon was loud and overpowering and took everyone by surprise. We'll never forget you #SpaceLobster, but your memory lives in with this beautiful memorial T-Shirt. Help the memory live on and help support our nonprofit science & technology education initiatives by purchasing this beauty and let all your friends know that you've seen the #SpaceLobster. Tweet us your #SpaceLobster memories @OLHZN.
  • On March 21, 2018 our high altitude weather balloon flight for OLHZN-10 was lost when the radio antenna detached from the system during the descent phase of the flight. This flight was nicknamed "Shrimpy" as it was testing our new micro-payload system. We are all still searching for Shrimpy......... Help spread the word!