How did they do it? HABELAB photo

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It isn’t as grand as the ‘chair in Space’, but this photo of the HABELAB payload gives a different perspective to HAB photography; but how was it done?

The payload as part of Adam Cudworth’s HABELAB school project which was launched on Friday 21st June 2013 from Worcester, England.

Flight details :Telemetry: $$LAB – 434.3 – 7n1 – 50baud with his new rev 3 HABE flight computer board along with 1/4 wave antenna;  launching under a Pawan 1200g balloon filled with H2.

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The photograph and video of the payload was achieved by having to cameras sited at either end of a boom. The payload was then dangled from the centre of the boom.

more information about HABELAB can be found at http://habe.acudworth.co.uk/blog/?page_id=35

 

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Balloon News has expended the size of PAWAN balloons on sale in it’s web store.

The prices, shipping to the UK,  are as follows

800g – £44

1000g – £52

1200g – £70

1600g – £98

2000g – £140

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800g – £49.45

1000g – £60.05

1200g – £78.05

1600g – £105.91

2000g – £147.90

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