Follow the satellite tracker online at www.tinyurl.com/cheltenhab
Burst Predictor -the balloon size is 1200g and the payload weight it 800g. The calculator predicts how high the balloon will go and how fast it will ascend.
Flight predictor -enter the co-ordinates and the balloon size and it will use weather data to predict the balloon flight.
Met Office wind data. We need to ensure that it isn't too windy when we launch. This allows you to look at wind speed and direction over the next few days. It is very useful for helping to make a decision about when to launch.
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