Monday, May 29, 2017

Article 177

NearSys just published article 177. The article is about the recording weather station created for BalloonSats. By flying this device on a weather balloon, one will know the temperature, pressure, relative humidity, wind speed, and wind direction at various altitudes during a near space mission.

Right now, NearSys is experimenting with using such an outfitted BalloonSat to record these conditions every five seconds during the eclipse mission this August.

Verhage, L. (2017). A recording weather station for near space and beyond, Nuts and Volts, 38(6), 54-57. 

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