Oooooo Oooooooo Ooooooooooo Two.. Continued
Having sorted out that problem, mumble mumble mumble.. Might need to think about other time balloon destruction in order to ensure the wings are cleared from possible balloon debris.
Here is a plane of two parts.
and some other bits..
In order to facilitate assembly of the plane and in particular the entry of the fuselage into the balloons latexy orifice make it in two parts. The mission package and the the wings/other bits. Now you can slip the mission package in, PlayMoNaut included, and strap them down before clipping in the back end; wings, batteries, rockets and other stuff.
Note.... bullet in nose. :-) Want!
Cameras running as PlayMoNaut is lofted to great height cocooned in his/her balloony latex womb getting bigger and bigger until, with PlayMoNaut smile fully extended in anticipation, they finger the trigger on the appropriate joything... BANG!
Balloon parts above them revealing the heavens to the cameras as the balloon is separated, the rockets kick in and they soar into space.
Regarding altitude measurement... Snore.
Zooming in we have ITEM D,
It is meant to be a differential pressure measurement thing with one side connected to the inside of the Balloon via the Mission Package and the other side connected to the atmosphere via the Back End.
It is left as an exercise for the student to determine whether the modulus of something in the Balloon will result in a pressure differential compared to atmospheric at any particular altitude that will both give an indication of altitude and possibly impending Balloon destruction thus facilitating a launch decision.
Sounds good to me but I do not have a clue.