EXTREME SPACE ADVENTURES

Sky is no longer the limit.....

Extreme Space Adventures is a consortium of like minded individuals who think everything is possible


View of our planet from 100,000 feet...

We have seen the Earth right through the Ozone Layer and it's beautiful!

 

Latest News & Announcements

  • Utah Astronomy Club The entire team of Extreme Space Adventures was invited for a presentation to the member of the Utah Astronomy Club based in Salt Lake City on 17 Aug 2010. The ...
    Posted Aug 22, 2010, 12:46 PM by ESA Team
  • ESA Team welcomes all help... Please help fund our projects with donations. Kindly visit our Donations page for additional details.....Scientific Institutions, laboratories, science groups around the world need not depend on availability of the ...
    Posted Aug 22, 2010, 3:10 AM by ESA Team
  • Go for your dreams... The Extreme Space Adventures team was invited for an interview on the Job Club Radio on 4 August 2010 at 5 PM MDT. Jennifer Armitstead was our host and the ...
    Posted Aug 15, 2010, 10:10 AM by ESA Team
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Our Programs & Achievements

We are currently working towards setting a new World Record for highest altitude ever scaled by a unmanned gas balloon under the name Project HUBAR. We aim to set a new World Record by launching a helium balloon to an altitude of 200,000 feet by September 2011.

The ESA team entered into a NASA organized BalloonSat High ALtitude Flight contest by teaming up with 4 high school students from Stansbury High School in Utah under the name Project Daedalus and led by Jonathan Adams in February 2010. NASA selected our high altitude experiment proposal into the 4 finalists across United States to build a payload to be flown on a NASA balloon in June 2010.

We have successfully launched a series of projects and programs and have attained our goals with excellent results. Our team executed the Pegasus series of projects (I to IV) to launch balloons to an altitude of above 100,000 feet.
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