TelemetryPro Hall Of Fame Flights
The flights listed below are a collection of flights submitted by TelemetryPro users. If you would like to have your flight listed here then contact us using the Contact page. Flight data files can also be submitted directly to Multitronix by selecting "Send" on the Flight Data Analyzer main window menu bar.
118,000 feet by Neil Anderson and Steve Cutonilli
This is the highest altitude that TelemetryPro has been flown to date.
This flight was tracked the whole way up and down and then successfully recovered.
On-board video was also recorded during this flight and is available on the flight details page.
96,000 feet by Noah Joraanstad
This was a minimum diameter two stage flight using commercial motors.
Booster was a CTI N5800. Sustainer was a CTI N3301.
It reached a top speed of Mach 2.93.
It was tracked the whole way up and down and then successfully recovered just 3.31 miles away.
40,000 feet and Mach 2.4 by Paul Gagnon
Unfortunately, there was no drogue and no main parachute deployment so this flight came in ballistic!
TelemetryPro still guided Paul directly to the impact site.
The Kate audio from this flight is an example of how Kate handles a ballistic return.