An instrument to sample extreme environment microorganisms in the stratosphere.
Balloon launched on: 9/1/2001 at 6:00 jst
Launch site: Sanriku Balloon Center, Iwate, Japan
Balloon launched by: Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)
Balloon manufacturer/size/composition: Zero Pressure Balloon model B30 30.000 m3
Flight identification number: B30-69
End of flight (L for landing time, W for last contact, otherwise termination time): 9/1/2001
Balloon flight duration (F: time at float only, otherwise total flight time in d:days / h:hours or m:minutes - ): 4 h 50 m
After sucking in and then filtering the atmosphere, the microorganisms absorbed in the filter were collected, then cultured for their isolation and identification. Samples were collected at different points at altitudes between 12km and 31km for 4 hours
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