One day after the Long Night of Science, the CanSat team met at the orbitall to discuss pressing issues. Only one week away from launch we decided to 3D animate our flight with our 10DOF sensor. We started programming this as well.

We contacted the airline TAP Air Portugal to inform them that we will be carrying equipment on board. Also we contacted the Schoenefeld Airport Security staff to make sure that our CanSat will not be held up at customs. We agreed that we will meet on Wednesday, June 24th 2015 three hours before our flight leaves Berlin for Lisbon to make sure that our CanSat will arrive in Portugal as smooth as possible.

Sadly one of our sensors was stuck in a postal strike but we sorted out with DHL that it will be delivered anyway after we made it clear to them that it is very important.

We slowly began the construction of our CanSat by sticking the exterior design on to the CanSat body. We agreed that we will meet the following Tuesday (one week before launch) to finalize the construction of our CanSat and the backup CanSat. The following weekend we are set to meet as well to brief the mission for the last time. That will be our last meeting before our departure to Portugal.