Earlier this week, a group of middle schoolers at a summer science camp in upstate New York pumped a weather balloon with 300 cubic feet of helium and launched it high up into the stratosphere to gather photos of the Earth's curvature.
It's not easy being an Android. Sure, you're cute enough as a logo, but it's still the phones that get most of the attention. Until this little guy took matters into his own hands, and into outer space.
Hiding a Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up in a college paper? Small time. This is what it's like to Rickroll the entire planet.
Using a $77 Nikon Coolpix and a $60 latex balloon filled with helium, a team of teenage students captured these remarkable shots from 20 miles above the Earth's surface.