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Surviving a fall from 30km

Surviving a fall from 30km

In October 21st 2017 eleven teams sent up payloads on the same weather balloon. At an altitude of 29.5 Km the balloon burst and the payloads fell to Earth. An XinaBox instrument was one of the 11 that fell and the only one to survive the fall unscathed. Read more about this remarkable event.
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New "Getting Started Guide" for XK01 Starter Kit

New "Getting Started Guide" for XK01 Starter Kit

We are delighted to release a new Getting Started Guide for our XK01 Starter Kit. This document covers how to assemble your xChips, load sample code, read data from the device, connect to Wifi and our free online dashboard. Enjoy!    ...

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xChips from XinaBox Launched in Space

xChips from XinaBox Launched in Space

xChips from XinaBox Launched in Space April 17, 2019: over 40 satellites were launched into extreme low earth orbit, ferried on the second stage of an Antares rocket lifting off from Wallops Island, Virginia, USA, on its way to the International...

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XinaBox in the Classroom

XinaBox in the Classroom

Young data scientists use BBC micro:bit and XinaBox to discover teacher puts ice cubes in sandwiches! Thanks for sharing Richard Smith of AmazingICT.

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