The payload did very well in all the tests we conducted, save for the temperature test; The temperature of liquid nitrogen is more than twice as cold as the temperatures found in the stratosphere. Testing the payload and heater with dry ice could have given us more realistic results, since dry ice is roughly the same temperature as the stratosphere, but typical environmental testing procedures mandate that payloads be subject to extreme conditions. Since all the tests went well, the payload is expected to do very well on the actual flight. If the instruments are jumbled up during the flight, which we saw in small detail after some of the tests, damage done can be fixed by using plastic cement, industrial glue, solder etc. The payload is expected to bring back results similar to the experiment in Figure 3, but we will have much more data, as we are going much higher in the stratosphere (Ramesh 2011).