This has all been covered before.
Someplace in the history will be a complete description of what we do.
47 flights every one H2 20+ years of flights.
Near Space Sciences
Mike Manes wrote:
Passed to a larger audience.
73 de Mike W5VSI, EOSS
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Subject: [Ballooning] Helium vs. Hydrogen
Date: Sat, 06 Jun 2009 17:07:03 -0600
From: Bruce Coates <bruce.coates@...>
Purely due to the increasing cost of Helium, we're investigating using
Hydrogen on some future flights. I'm curious to know other groups
experiences with Hydrogen. Please weigh in on the following questions:
(Sorry, that was a really poor pun)
Are we crazy?
Do I, as my wife suggests, just have a death wish?
What precautions do you take to reduce the risk of ignition? I realize
that you need a certain amount of oxygen to reach ignition, but let's
assume there's enough air accidentally in the balloon when you start
Bruce - VE5BNC
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