On the way to 100,000 feet altitude! UAH BalloonSat teams S.L.A.T. and Mission Ohm-Possible launched into a cobalt sky Saturday morning from the parking lot near the NSSTC building high bay, while team Free Fall experienced power problems and launched Sunday. S.L.A.T. and Mission Ohm-Possible were successful in payload recovery. One payload was found 8 miles northwest of Lafayette, Ga., in a field under power lines, and the other 17 miles northwest of Summerville, Ga., in a tall tree. The first to launch, Team S.L.A.T, reached an altitude of approximately 97,000, feet at which time the balloon burst. The second launch, Team Mission Ohm-Possible, reached a peak altitude of about 87,000 feet. S.L.A.T. used solar panels to measure output and battery charging. Mission Ohm-Possible used solar panels to power an LED display of the UAH logo that was recorded in flight by video camera.