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312 Days in the Stratosphere

On Oct 28, 2020
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The innovations leading to Loon’s longest flight

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On Oct 28, 2020
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RT @Loon4all: A new record: 312 days of balloon flight in the #stratosphere. #312daysaloft and one trip around the globe. #ConnectPeopleEverywhere https://t.co/XzukFbuERY https://t.co/kNzDLl3P4I
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312 Days in the Stratosphere

312 Days in the Stratosphere

The innovations leading to Loon’s longest flight

Take Me To Kenya

Take Me To Kenya

How Loon Balloons Reach the Kenyans Who Need Connectivity

Stratospheric Balloons Will Rain Tiny Electronic Spies From The Sky

Stratospheric Balloons Will Rain Tiny Electronic Spies From The Sky

A U.S. Army project will use high-altitude balloons to shower tiny electronic sensors into inaccessible areas to gather information and locate targets.

HAPSMobile - Bringing Connectivity from the Sky for Unserved Areas & Emergencies

HAPSMobile - Bringing Connectivity from the Sky for Unserved Areas & Emergencies

Back in April SoftBank announced the launch of a High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) business through HAPSMobile, a joint venture bet...

NOAA teaming up with Arizona firm to advance study of stratosphere

NOAA teaming up with Arizona firm to advance study of stratosphere

Under the agreement, World View’s “Stratollite” balloons will carry a miniaturized NOAA instrument to measure atmospheric particles on a series of flights in 2021 that will last weeks and ...

Spacetech Entrepreneur Izan Peris wants to launch you to the stratosphere!

Spacetech Entrepreneur Izan Peris wants to launch you to the stratosphere!

Izan is ELEVATE’s Head of Product at Zero 2 Infinity, a stratospheric balloon operation service and an important partner to 4YFN. Zero 2 Infinity offers customers the capability of testing ...

Giant Surveillance Balloons Are Lurking at the Edge of Space

Giant Surveillance Balloons Are Lurking at the Edge of Space

Companies are sending massive, high-altitude balloons to the stratosphere to snap images of Earth with unprecedented resolution. Say cheese!

Balloons support space flight, internet communications, scientific research

Balloons support space flight, internet communications, scientific research

The Balloon Systems Technical Committee supports development and application of free-floating systems and technologies for buoyant flight in the stratosphere and atmospheres of other ...

Russian Soyuz launcher set to carry 33 satellites into orbit

Russian Soyuz launcher set to carry 33 satellites into orbit

A Soyuz rocket is scheduled for liftoff Friday from the Vostochny Cosmodrome, Russia’s newest launch site, with 33 satellites from 12 countries on-board to collect weather data and test new ...

Expansion For HAPS Alliance For High Altitude Connectivity

Expansion For HAPS Alliance For High Altitude Connectivity

Telcos, tech, and aviation firms join alliance that seeks to utilise stratosphere for telecommunications and broadband connectivity

SpaceX is staking its future on a spaceport in south Texas. The people who live inside it are just one of Elon Musk's problems.

SpaceX is staking its future on a spaceport in south Texas. The people who live inside it are just one of Elon Musk's problems.

SpaceX, Elon Musk's rocket company, is building its Starship rocket and launch site in south Texas. The project has proved complicated.

Space Archeologists Uncover Past and Project Future

Space Archeologists Uncover Past and Project Future

The accidental discovery of a 1940s radiosonde in New Mexico reveals the obscure study of space archeology.

‘Rainfall has rocketed’: the remote weathermen charting the climate crisis

‘Rainfall has rocketed’: the remote weathermen charting the climate crisis

The Met Office team on a south Atlantic island reveal the extreme lengths they go to in order to forecast the weather