On May 8, 1975 Bill and Bob Hunter released the Satellite 320 GLH as part of the series 75 line of winning free flight designs. 38 years later, the National Free Flight Society (NFFS) selected the 1/2A Satellite for one-design competition in 2013. The GLH logo stood for Goes Like Hell. The BMJR satellite is true to the original plan with wing span o f 48" and an area of 320 sq. in. (actually thru the wonders of AutoCAD the exact area is 318.8965, not bad calculating Bob). With a Cox Medallion .049 for power our Satellite 320 has a flying weight of 8.1 oz.