Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 11:24:11 -

Author: --- "Keith Warren"

Subject: Re: Wx Balloon to the Stratosphere

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Those conversations came up back in March. I did a search for 'balloon' and
'camera' while selecting the match 'all terms'. By default it searches for
'any terms'.

http://demoroom.physics.ncsu.edu/tapl/archive/201003.html

-keith

From: tap-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu [mailto:tap-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu] On
Behalf Of Cudnik,Brian
Sent: Tuesday, December 07, 2010 11:00 AM
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu
Subject: [tap-l] Wx Balloon to the Stratosphere



Greetings all-

We have the opportunity to work with a local middle school to send a weather
balloon, equipped with a camera, into the stratosphere. They would like for
it to return the same type of data as a standard weather balloon (e.g. the
ones launched daily at 0h UT and 12h UT) as well as take pictures and video
of the ascent. I remember a discussion on this list earlier this year, but I
am having difficulty pinpointing it in the archives. Does anyone remember
when this discussion was had and where I can get the information on how
their device was constructed? In the meantime I will continue to search
Tap-L and the Web for more information.

Thanks in advance, Brian Cudnik

Specialist, Laboratory, Department of Physics, Prairie View A&M University
(TX)



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Wx Balloon to the Stratosphere Gr=
eetings all-We=
have the opportunity to work with a local middle school to send a =
weather balloon, equipped with a camera, into the stratosphere. They =
would like for it to return the same type of data as a standard weather =
balloon (e.g. the ones launched daily at 0h UT and 12h UT) as well as =
take pictures and video of the ascent. I remember a discussion on this =
list earlier this year, but I am having difficulty pinpointing it in the =
archives. Does anyone remember when this discussion was had and where I =
can get the information on how their device was constructed? In the =
meantime I will continue to search Tap-L and the Web for more =
information.Th=
anks in advance, Brian CudnikSp=
ecialist, Laboratory, Department of Physics, Prairie View A&M =
University (TX)
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