Students use technology as part of stratosphere science experiment

04/6/2011 | T.H.E. Journal

A group of California high-school students will use a helium-filled weather balloon to send scientific instruments into the stratosphere to record data and images about the atmosphere. The students, who will track the balloon's progress using GPS technology, are part of a school initiative in experiential learning.

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