• The Outer Rim Company

    High altitude balloon services

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    commercial space transportation system
space launch vehicle

High Altitude Balloon For Space

We are building a high altitude weather balloons that can provide a cheap and consistent space access

    Key features include

    • Unmanned payload launches
    • Ability to stay at high altitude
    • Less expensive to manufacture 
    • Cheaper payload transportation 
    • More frequent space launches
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Making Space Accessible

TORC intends to offer a new method to deliver small payloads into the upper atmosphere and space, which aligns with our company’s goal to continue to support the aerospace and defense industry

Payload Transport

Use a weather balloon to launch payloads into space for short-term coverage at reduced costs

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Geo Analytics

Access space with a high altitude balloon to gather custom data sets for real time analysis

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Research Launch

Consistent high altitude weather balloon launches into space for research institutes

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Persistent visuals over key areas of interest with live data feeds from a high altitude balloon

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Contact us today to learn how we can help serve your strategic initiatives.

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What is a high altitude balloon?

A high altitude balloon is a balloon that is used to reach above the troposphere and into the stratosphere. A high altitude balloon can also be referred to as a sounding balloon, meteorological balloon, atmospheric balloon, or weather balloon. To learn more about high altitude balloons and how they work, please visit send us a message on our contact page.

What makes a high altitude balloon lift?

If you see a weather balloon in the sky, you may be wondering how it got up there and how high a weather balloon can go. Most weather balloons will reach between 20km and 40km, the highest weather balloon reaching 53km. A balloon gains lift through different gases, the most common set ups include a helium weather balloon and a hydrogen weather balloon.