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Table 2.

Summary of the balloons’ characteristics: size, payload, and sensor for every campaign. SPS means the payload is fixed at the south pole (bottom) of the balloon, EQR means that the sensors are set at the equator of the balloon at the end of horizontal rods, and NPS means that the sensors are located at the north pole (top) of the balloon, in a dedicated shelter, where the number tells the generation of the shelter [first (1) or second (2)]. Sensors measure temperature T, pressure P, and relative humidity (Hu)

Summary of the balloons’ characteristics: size, payload, and sensor for every campaign. SPS means the payload is fixed at the south pole (bottom) of the balloon, EQR means that the sensors are set at the equator of the balloon at the end of horizontal rods, and NPS means that the sensors are located at the north pole (top) of the balloon, in a dedicated shelter, where the number tells the generation of the shelter [first (1) or second (2)]. Sensors measure temperature T, pressure P, and relative humidity (Hu)
Summary of the balloons’ characteristics: size, payload, and sensor for every campaign. SPS means the payload is fixed at the south pole (bottom) of the balloon, EQR means that the sensors are set at the equator of the balloon at the end of horizontal rods, and NPS means that the sensors are located at the north pole (top) of the balloon, in a dedicated shelter, where the number tells the generation of the shelter [first (1) or second (2)]. Sensors measure temperature T, pressure P, and relative humidity (Hu)
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