Some high altitude ballooning missions, projects, and ideas from Northern Ohio.
https://ai6cu.wordpress.com/2017/06/03/henry-1-high-altitude-balloon-launch/ A report on a balloon flight
One concern about using a Raspberry Pi for high altitude balloon projects, is the ability to reboot the computer and restart data collection. I’ve had power interrupted during flight missions, sometimes due to loose wires but often due to batteries dropping in voltage due to the cold. Things can restart at higher altitudes as payloads … Continue reading Starting Sensors on the Raspberry Pi
The May QST has an article on: “Bill Brown, WB8ELK, Master of High-Altitude Balloon Projects ” Bill has an Ohio connection. He began launching his balloon projects from Findlay, OH.
Fact sheet on NOAA National Weather Service NWS currently uses two types of GPS radiosondes: LMS-6 built by Lockheed Martin RS92-NGP built by Vaisala