Luke Geissbuhler took this video from a camera attached to a weather balloon that rose into the upper stratosphere and recorded the blackness of space. Is this for real? (jaw drop)
Homemade Spacecraft from Luke Geissbuhler on Vimeo.
Sep 30th, 2010 / 10:45 am
Thank you very much for this post, this is the coolest thing I’ve seen in a log time. :)
Sep 30th, 2010 / 11:49 am
Amazing idea, great execution … too cool for words!
Sep 30th, 2010 / 12:43 pm
This just made my day!
Sep 30th, 2010 / 1:49 pm
Just mind blowing. Wow!
Sep 30th, 2010 / 2:13 pm
Gotta Check out Yavin IV, from Minneapolis interactive agency Sevnthsin. http://YavinIV.sevnthsin.com
Sep 30th, 2010 / 2:34 pm
this is more fun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wnyp3Nrp0w
Sep 30th, 2010 / 6:31 pm
Wonderful. And from Brooklyn! Now, what additional equipment does one need to launch a human for a short trip to space. I think we can do it cheaper than Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic.
Oct 2nd, 2010 / 10:39 am
There are a couple groups that have done this – I think these guys did a better job:
Oct 4th, 2010 / 4:19 pm
Check out http://hollandshoogte.wordpress.com/ — a similar project that had a launch in August. The page details all the hardware used and preparations that were taken.
Oct 6th, 2010 / 7:43 am
The Tame Impala music video version ; http://content-kids.com/post/1260202938/tame-impala-lucidity
Oct 7th, 2010 / 11:02 pm
That was awesome ! :D
Oct 11th, 2010 / 7:01 am
wonderful nice thank you.
Oct 11th, 2010 / 9:34 am