Monthly Archives: November 2014

Temperature inside and outside of the payload

In this post is a graph of internal and external temperature (all in Kelvin) against time. The graph we see is very much expected and we are fortunate it was like this as the batteries would not have worked terribly … Continue reading

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Analysing the mission

Overall, the flight went exceedingly well. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will go through some of results/measurements. We sum up in this Post what went well and what didn’t go so well. Quick Analysis The radio … Continue reading

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Details on the recovery of the payload

We successfully recovered the payload on Saturday the 8th of November. It was a very big exercise that required a lot of careful thought and planning. This Post goes over some of the details of this. The Landing The payload … Continue reading

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More Pictures

More pictures taken aboard the payload are below:-

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We Did it!

We performed the Balloon Launch today! Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to recover it because it is so far off the “beaten” track. However, it has been a stunning success. We were able to track it the entire launch, except … Continue reading

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