Last month, a father and son from Brooklyn launched a homemade weather balloon, complete with HD video camera and iPhone, into the sky. It managed to reach the planet's stratosphere – that's 100,000 feet high – and safely fall back to Earth where the duo located it thanks to the iPhone's GPS. The whole thing was recorded on video. Pretty cool stuff.
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