We have analysed the flight data and compared with the local meteorological station's radiosonde data. Their flight was performed two hours after our launch and most of the data were very similar to ours.
Also the simulations we performed in our thermal chamber were matched with the actual flight data, which is a very promising result for further test campaigns.
Some of our team members have begun the development of a live landing predictor software component which we will use during flights to help the recovery team. They will also study the ascent and descent phases of the flight and how the payload train behaves during these periods.
We have made some minor firmware changes for the next flight to improve the APRS tracking.
Our next flight which will also be our GSBC flight will take place on April 18 on the XV. Simonyi Conference (for Hungarian speakers), where I will give a presentation about the development and testing of the last 18 month.
I will also have a poster presentation at the 2nd ESA SSA Symposium in the same subject next week.
Due to the tight schedule the detailed Post-flight Report of the March 31 flight will be published after the Simonyi Conference.