Launch of Eagle V

My students will be launching their Eagle V space probe this Friday, February 19, 2016 at 7:45 AM CST. You can watch a live stream of the launch at:


They are attempting to reach an altitude of over 100,000 feet, while maintaining live telemetry. Please tune in for the live launch and wish our Space Cowboys well!

7 thoughts on “Launch of Eagle V”

  1. This is so cool. You guys are so fortunate to have someone like Mr McWhorter to guide your studies.

  2. Sir, you are excellent teacher. I learnt arduino from your tutorial videos. Thank you so much sir.

  3. Mr McWhorter,
    I am 55 years old and battling cancer for 3+ years. I love to learn Tech and working with my hands and mind to create things. Keeping busy is a great way to overcome the insurmountable painful effects of this disease.
    I have tried to learn all I can about the Arduino on the Web and You Tube with little or no progress; until I found you.
    You are a talented and blessed Teacher/Communicator. Thank you so much. I have completed several lessons and understand why I wasn’t getting very far with others. So much of the details you stress were not even mentioned by others.
    I will keep learning and fighting until the very end. Thank you for making this time rewarding and fun. I truly enjoy your tutelage and hard work you put in for the benefit of others.
    Kind Regards
    Daryl Cormier

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