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com/prnh/20130308/CG73639) The duo launched the plush toy attached to high altitude balloon from Croft Farm Airstrip alongside a GPS tracking unit and then proceeded to track it on their phones as it travelled on its 3 hour journey up and down, peaking at just over 115,000 ft.
In early May I received my first Raspberry Pi computer, and having flown several high altitude balloons before I thought about using one as a flight computer.
lthough mobile phones have been flown on high altitude balloons before, this would likely be the first time such a device has gone into orbit several hundred kilometres above the planet, reports the BBC.
UNITED STATED -- In June, a quarter-pound of coffee beans will be carried to the edge of space in a high altitude balloon.
High altitude balloons, launched earlier this year from a research facility in Hyderabad, India, were used to collect the air samples.
High altitude balloons, launched from a research facility in Hyderabad, India, earlier this year, were used to collect the samples.
Beginning in July 2012, wide-area narrowband voice and data communications will be provided in such areas as Sacramento, California, and Bismarck, North Dakota, using standard public safety P25 communications operating from Space Data's high altitude balloon platforms.
com/prnh/20081007/38461LOGO) The vehicles that will carry these payloads will include Las Vegas-based Zero-G Corporation's parabolic airplane and high altitude balloons from Near Space Corp.