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Nuts & Volts Magazine (August 2017)

Factors Controlling Balloon Flights and Predicting Balloon Landing Zones

By L. Paul Verhage    View In Digital Edition  

Near-space flight equipment is too expensive for a single flight, and students want to get their data after all the work they put into creating their BalloonSats. One way to insure a near spacecraft’s recovery is to make predictions of the balloon’s flight prior to launch.


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