On May 24th,2014 CUBEX-1 launched at 20:00 UTC from Monrovia,CA. The payload consisted of CUBEX-1
and a Leo Bodnar B
tracker. CUBEX-1 transmitted SSDV images (JPEG) at 320x240 as well as tracking telemetry during its flight on 434.460Mhz (300baud ASCII 8n2). The B tracker was an APRS beacon. The payloads reached a maximum altitude of 33698m (110,560ft) and transmitted down 50 images during flight. After burst, the aprs tracker stopped and CUBEX-1 lost GPS, however, it continued to transmit SSDV images. As predicted, the estimated landing zone is the pacific ocean.