The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Project: To the Edge of Space with Raspberry Pi

We have what we consider to be the Ultimate Raspberry Pi project . . . we send a Raspberry Pi instrument package to space, and telemeter live data back to earth, including live video over HAM radios. We do the telemetry with an innovative technique we call Ethernet over Ham, where we use the 2.39 GHz Ham band right below commercial WiFi.

We have had 5 successful launches, and are preparing for the launch of Eagle VI in Early February, 2017. Watch the video and see a live demonstration of our raspberry pi based system. Enjoy!

10 thoughts on “The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Project: To the Edge of Space with Raspberry Pi”

    1. Hi PUAL.
      I’m BCS. from Thailand. I comin to your webside.
      I am tying cotrol many servoS by Visual Basic6 with Arduino board. But i can control one servo only. I can’t seperate serial command from VB6.
      Witch is VB command servo1,servo2,servo3,etc. I try to use
      HSCHROLL object in vb6 to control that servo.
      Do you have some Idea for me?(vb6 code)

    1. Steven, if you take a look at the drawing you reference, in the lower right corner should see the word Fritzing. This is the name of the program used to generate the drawing. You can download the program at: . Great stuff!


  1. Wow this is so wonderful. I’m learning about the Arduino with my kids and look forward to getting into Raspberry Pi in the future too. You are an excellent teacher and we really enjoy your videos. When will you post videos from the Eagle flight program, or have you already? Can’t wait to see them!

  2. I am learning “Arduino” tutorials from your You Tube Videos, Thank you very much. You are a great techer which remind me of my father.

  3. Hi, I’m a teacher from the UK and am looking to attach a pi zero to a weather balloon to take footage of the edge of the atmosphere. Obviously I will need clearance from all the appropriate organisations to do this and I know I would ordinarily have to retrieve the pi to view the footage with my class etc…. but my question is, how exactly would I go about using your technology / innovation to beam a live steam of the camera? Any advice would be gratefully received.

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