I think it's settled; there is nothing that LEGO can't do, if even an amateur can get perilously close to the final frontier. This particular launch took place in Germany in late 2011, where the LEGO Space Shuttle kit (kit #3367, for those keeping score) was attached to a 1,600g helium-filled balloon; filming was on a GoPro Hero camera.
LEGO Shuttle Makes It To The Edge Of Space
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Google quietly released a new Chromecast device at its big event this week. And by quietly, I mean the company didn’t mention it at all. It was just sitting in the bottom of the bag that someone gave me when I left the venue. But hey, it’s new and it’s nice-looking. It’s just a bummer Google still hasn’t made Chromecast more useful.
Finishing a film, and especially finishing a film that might be (if very plausible rumours are to be believed) your last outing in a long film franchise, sounds exciting, right? Doing one last big scene, putting a capper on an incredible experience.