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If you are thinking of a rocket, you are not completely off. This is the rocket probe MRS 3000, a successful development from the Areological Observatory Lindenberg for measuring weather data at extreme heights. It was used from 1986 to 1992 in the Zingst branch but also in other Socialist partner countries of the "Inter-Cosmos Program". A Russian carrier rocket brought it up to 5,000 m elevation. During a second phase, the tip - "dart" - transported the probe up to 75,000 m where it was ejected. Sinking to the ground with a parachute, it then transmitted wind and temperature measurements. Based on those, weather forecasts became possible which were also used by Soviet Cosmonautics. Meteorological research has more than a century of tradition in Lindenberg. Admittedly, it used to be kites or balloons which provided the weather data. The whole story is now told in the "Weather Museum" Lindenberg.