Portsmouth company backs Sanbornton student's atmospheric experiment
During his summer break, Mahn - part of a team of three at the University of New Hampshire’s Space Science Center - assembled a microcomputer package that studied radiation in the atmosphere. The team sent the high altitude balloon to a University record altitude of 105,900 feet and was the first to return the balloon to earth without a parachute.
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