BEXUS 15 was successfully launched from Esrange Space Center on September 25 at 10.18 UTC.
BEXUS 15 reached an altitude of 25,4 km when the cut-down command was given after a flight of 6 h and 10 minutes. The payload landed in Finland 20 minutes after cut-down.
BEXUS 15 had four student experiments onboard:
AMES: (Atmospheric Magnetic and Electric field Sensor) - Lycée Gustave Eiffel of Cachan, France
BioDos: (Continuous measurement of the change of UV radiation in dependence of altitude - Testing new method of measuring effects of UV radiation on biological systems) - Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
MISSUS: (Meteorological Integrated Sensor Suite for Stratospgeric analysis) - University of Padova, Italy
SolSpecTre: (Measurement of Solar Spectrum) - Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany
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