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GoPro Awards: Rudolph’s Christmas Eve Flight

GoPro Award recipient David Taverner teams up with his good friend Rudolph to bring us a one of a kind holiday perspective.

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360fly:Journey to Space

On September 5th 2015, 360fly sent Stephen Dechert II (2) 360fly cameras to put on a weather balloon in hopes of getting incredible views of the earth from space.
One was pointed straight up and one was pointed straight down.
He launched the balloon on the south end of lake Okeechobee in Florida.
The balloon traveled up to about 115,000 feet in an hour and 45 minutes until the balloon popped and sent the cameras back down and landed about 5-10 miles from launch.

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Find more details at: 360fly.com

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