I am a 101% noob at pcb design, I really don't understand how I'm supposed to connect stuff together, ect.
I am working on a project to build a rocket, that lands itself like the SpaceX Falcon Heavys' sideboosters.
For that I would need a pcb board(s) that would know the following things regarding the rocket:
1. Altitude (preferably above ground level, that I could achieve by it remembering the altitude it took off from
2. Orientation of the rocket ("is it in a vertical position or not")
3. Temperature inside (and outside if possible) of the rocket
4. Vertical speed
5. Horizontal speed
6. Rotation speed ("is it spinning, if so, how fast")
7. Acceleration speed
8. Bluetooth intrerraction so i can manually controll stuff/maybe get live data off the rocket
9. This might be far fetched but it might be less difficult and more accurate to measure the above ground level (AGL) if I had another device, that would be at the launchpad or landingpad of the rocket, that way it would know the vertical and horizontal distance of the rocket and the landingpad.
The pcb should be able to withstand temperatures from -20C to +40C
The rocket would be aprox. 1.5m tall, with a width of about 8cm.
As I mentioned before, I would need the full design of the pcb, that i just need to send to a company that would print my pcb. You would obviously also need to gather all specific components (e.g. gyroscope) for the pcb.