High Altitude Balloon Launch
Imagine touching the edge of space! Astronaughts and test pilots report that you can actually see the curvature of the Earth. You devise a plan to see what it would be like. You don't have a rocket ship, but you know that weather balloons fly really high to gather atmospheric data. You decide to launch your own High Altitude Balloon. You will need a balloon, helium gas to fill it, some way to track its position and to get information from it, even pictures of the Earth and space. You get a team together to develop the project. Every decision must be discussed: Will it work? What could go wrong? When the day finally comes to launch, the weather is perfect and everyone is there, watching, waiting. There is a countdown: 3, 2, 1. What happens next is up to you.