A increase in air temperature and a decrease in air pressure
It is a weather balloon
Jean-Fracois invented the weather balloon in 1783.
A weather balloon floats in the atmosphere to gather clue about weather all over the world.
A weather balloon loaded with various instruments. And a computer on the ground to record the data. Data is then sent to National Weather Service to formulate the "BIG PICTURE"
A weather balloon is something that people who study weather send up into the air to learn more about weather and find weather patterns.
The volume of a balloon depends on the difference in pressure between the inside and outside. As the balloon rises to high altitudes, that pressure outside the balloon drops, so the difference in pressure gets higher, which means the volume of the balloon will increase. A weather balloon that was fully inflated when released from the ground would explode when it got too high.
"A weather balloon is used to obtain the wind pressure in the air.
it depends.there are many weather instruments
The pressure of the air inside it. The higher the balloon rises, the lower the outside air-pressure. With less pressure outside, the balloon expands because of the pressure of the air inside it. Eventually, the balloon bursts, and scientists recover the instruments when they fall to earth.
A 567kg weather balloon is designed to lift a 3670 package.......
A Weather Balloon is attached to an instrument called a Radiosonde. The radiosonde is a a box with smaller instruments to measure the temperature, dew point, wind speed, and wind direction, among other things, at different levels of the atmosphere. The balloon pretty much is there to lift the Radiosonde through the atmosphere.
Weather instruments can be extremely accurate when used properly. Most weather instruments will read temperature and wind direction.
Yes because there would no longer be an upward force so gravity would pull them down
Simply put, the weather balloon is a lighter-than-air vehicle or aerosonde that provides lift to an instrument package to get it to altitude. The instruments thus situated can collect data which, when combined with other information from both similar and different sources, can be used to assess current conditions, and, as an extension, to forecast weather.
As the weather balloons rise in the atmosphere the outside pressure decreases. This causes the gas inside the balloon to expand. If the balloon was fully inflated on the ground, then the balloon would rupture when it reached the upper atmosphere.
I believe for those of questioning, that the warmer the weather the more the balloon will expand and pop.
The balloon will still fly the weather must be above 12 degrees.
... will expand due to the lower pressure of the upper layers of the atmosphere then it'll pop(yay)
to predict the weather
weather balloons are instruments that study the weather
My engineering class recently launched a weather balloon. The altitude it bursts at depends on how much helium you put in the balloon. Our balloon burst at 90000 feet.