High altitude weather balloons are widely used to carry a number of instruments to the upper atmosphere to be returned upon explosion when pressures inside the balloon exceed atmospheric pressures.
Our payload, containing cameras, GPS trackers, and additional instruments, is connected to the balloon by string and will be reclaimed upon return to Earth’s surface by parachute and onboard tracking.
Our previous test launch of a high altitude weather balloon can be viewed here.
Top Layer: Covering
Layer 2: GPS trackers
Layer 3: 360 Camera support
Submodule 3.5: 360 Camera
Layer 4: Electronics/Livestream
Layer 5: Transmitter + GoPro
Bottom Layer: Covering + Antenna