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titleFeasibility study on scientific balloon experiment at Ny-Alesund
Other TitleNy-Alesundにおける科学気球実験の技術的可能性の研究
Author(jpn)本田 秀之; 井筒 直樹; 矢島 信之
Author(eng)Honda, Hideyuki; Izutsu, Naoki; Yajima, Nobuyuki
Author Affiliation(jpn)宇宙科学研究所; 宇宙科学研究所; 宇宙科学研究所
Author Affiliation(eng)Institute of Space and Astronautical Science; Institute of Space and Astronautical Science; Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
Issue Date2001-03
Publication titleEnvironmental Research in the Arctic 2000
Environmental Research in the Arctic 2000
Start page133
End page141
Publication date2001-03
AbstractThis paper deals with the possibility of scientific ballooning in the Arctic (at Ny-Alesund). This study is based on balloon experiments carried out at Syowa Station, Antarctica, from 1996 through 1999. Under typical flight conditions, such as five-hour flight duration at 30 km altitude, balloon trajectory simulation at Ny-Alesund demonstrated the flight range within 150 km in June through August, and large possibility of payload recovery. A new type of superpressure balloon developed by a Japanese balloon group, which promises a long duration flight at constant altitude, will be a useful platform. New onboard systems and ground facilities developed for the preceding balloon experiment in the Antarctic will be applicable to scientific observations over Arctic regions.
DescriptionMemoirs of National Institute of Polar Research: Special Issue
Memoirs of National Institute of Polar Research: Special Issue
Keywordsballoon borne observation; Arctic region; logistics; weather condition; meteorological balloon; atmospheric chemistry; atmospheric physics; upper atmosphere; stratosphere; troposphere; 気球観測; 北極域; ロジスティック; 気象条件; 気象観測気球; 大気化学; 大気物理学; 高層大気; 成層圏; 対流圏
Document TypeConference Paper

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