00 Virtual Museum
- Dr. & Mrs. A. Dale Topping L-T-A Museum Virtual Museum of the Lighter-Tan-Air Society’s Collection
01 Other Museums and Exhibits
- MAPS Air Museum – North Canton, Ohio MAPS Air Museum – Including the Control Car from the Goodyear blimp Spirit of Akron
- Summit Memory View The Lighter Than Air Society’s collection on Summit Memory
- Naval Airship Assn. Home of the Naval Airship Association
- Northeast Ohio Balloon Pilots Association
Tag Archives: zero2infinity
A 21st century renaissance in high altitude ballooning
Source: The Space Review & Space News – thespacereview.com By S. Alan Stern High altitude ballooning has begun to undergo a renaissance that is creating exciting new capabilities, therefore enabling a wide array of new applications of interest to researchers … Continue reading
See the World from 100,000 Feet
Source: Air & Space Magazine – airspacemag.com By Mark Betancourt Companies on both sides of the Atlantic are building capsules to carry you into the stratosphere.
Will the Stratosphere Be 2020’s Hot Tourist Destination?
Source: airspacemag.com By Tony Reichhardt Flights could begin as early as 2016. Companies on both sides of the Atlantic are making strides toward offering near-space balloon flights for tourists, starting as early as 2016.
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Zero2Infinity, a New Way for Space Tourism
Source: Space Safety Magazine By Matteo Emanuelli During the annual Space Generation Congress held in Beijing from the 19th to 21st of September by the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), Space Safety Magazine met Lluc Palerm, a young engineer and … Continue reading
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Successful flight for INBLOON in Spain
Source: stratocat.com.ar Zero 2 Infinity (02I), a Spanish private aerospace firm that is developing balloon-based technologies to enable cost-efficient access to near-space and to promote space tourism in the near future, successfully performed another balloon launch.
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