Descent Video

New video showing the violence of the descent through 3 of the onboard cameras and simulation of the time, velocity, and speed.  The 5 minute takes you from 110,000 feet in altitude to 63,200 feet.

 

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Pegasus II – News Articles

Articles

Microsoft
Pegasus II mission sends balloon high above Earth and invites you along for an Internet of Things ride

Microsoft
Go on an Internet of Things ride with the Pegasus II mission – 100,000 feet to near space

Time
You Can Play Mission Control With a Weather Balloon Today

Forbes
Microsoft Is Testing Azure IoT Platform From The Stratosphere

GeekWire
Get in touch with the stratosphere through Microsoft’s Pegasus II balloon mission

Cosmic Log
Pegasus will put you in touch with stratosphere

PHYS.ORG
Participate in Pegasus II—Real-time Internet of Things experiment from the edge of space

Cloud Computing Today
Microsoft’s Pegasus II Balloon Promises To Illustrate Azure IoT Capabilities

Electronic Component News Magazine
Participate in Pegasus II: Real-Time IoT Experiment From Edge of Space

StonyArc
Participate in Pegasus II, the Microsoft Real-time Internet of Things experiment from the edge of space

WinBeta.org
Microsoft shows off Azure IoT with Pegasus II mission – get real time info on your Android, iOS or Windows Phone “ÏoT from the edge of space.”

NeoWin
Microsoft wants you to participate in Pegasus II, an IoT experiment from the edge of space

Balloon News
Pegasus Mission looks to combine high altitude ballooning with social media

Silicon Investor
Microsoft Is Testing Azure IoT Platform From The Stratosphere

Internet of Business
Microsoft’s Azure helps send IoT into space

Microsoft Power User
Microsoft testing Azure IoT platform in the actual clouds

Net of Everything
Ride through the stratosphere with Pegasus II

Hey Event
Pegasus II Flight to 100,000 feet

Thurrot
Follow the flight of Pegasus II tomorrow

Blogs

DraganSr
IoT, Azure cloud: Microsoft Pegasus II

Anam Khan
Get in touch with the stratosphere through Microsoft’s Pegasus II balloon mission