SEE HOW IT WORKS
It is very simple. In a few seconds, you can calculate the price and make a preliminary order. Then you just send us your “space payload” and the rest is up to us. We perform the flight with documentation according to your order and send you the material within the agreed time.
Make an order
You can make the preliminary order in just a few seconds. Use the online calculator. It is enough to know the delivery weight, mass and deadline.
Send your space payload
You can simply send us the space load that you want to be taken into near-space through a courier service. Following the flight, we will send it back to you.
Receives the results
We will provide stratospheric flight and deliver the results and data according to your order within the agreed delivery deadline.
As we said, it's easy and fun! We want to convey original space marketing and allow extreme testing conditions for scientists.
SPACECRAFT = STRATOSPHERIC PROBE
Our means of transport to the near-space consists of three components: stratospheric balloon and stratospheric probe, which connects terminator. Individual components of the spacecraft are described below.
ABOUT THE STRATOSPHERIC BALLOON
Stratospheric balloon is a pilotless balloon filled with helium gas (option to fill with hydrogen). At startup, it has a diameter of 2 metres and volume of about 4,000 litres. Due to the declining pressure, the balloon will gradually expand in size. At a height of 25.000 metres, it has a diameter of about 12 metres. When the size of the balloon reaches its physical limits, it bursts. It gets to a maximum of 50 km. Above that limit, the air gets too thin, and thus there is nothing to push it any higher. Between the stratospheric probe and the balloon is a terminator, which separates it from the cord and subsequently activates the parachute in order to ensure safe and smooth landing.Learn more about the probe
ABOUT THE STRATOSPHERIC PROBE
Stratospheric probe consists of five modules. Transceiver module (transmitter) for close scanning (radio beacon), power system (PSU Board), sensors board that includes a master processor (trip computer) and system for detecting the position in real time. Individual modules communicate with each other using the I2C bus. The modules are connected in a stack (board to board). Hardware solution of the bus is similar to the solution used in microsatellites of type CubeSat. In addition to the data transfer, it is also used in the solution and connection of operating signals.Learn more about the balloon
size of the balloon
time of the flight
distance from start
battery life for essential systems
earth to probe and probe to earth
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