Integrating a payload onto a stratospheric balloon
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Fact number 1
The volume of the largest open stratospheric balloons used by Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) can be up to 1,200,000 m3.
Fact number 2
The height of a deployed balloon, including the flight chain, is about 300 m, about half as tall as the CN Tower.
Fact number 4
The area of the envelope, if deployed flat, is equivalent to approximately 8 soccer fields.
Fact number 5
For more information on other types of balloons, visit the following website: www.cnes.fr/web/CNES-fr/8510-differents-types-de-ballons.php (French only).
Announcement of Opportunity
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The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is now accepting proposals for payloads for new Canadian stratospheric balloon missions. Please complete and submit the following form and a detailed questionnaire will then be sent to you.
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