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UFO Does 180 Degree Turn On Live GoPro Space Station Cam! Video, UFO Sighting News.
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Date of sighting: January 5, 2017 Location of sighting: Earths orbit at ISS This amazing footage was shot from an astronauts GoPro while outside the space station this week. The GoPro was hooked up directly with the live Internet link for all to see.  How do I know this is a UFO? Watch and see how […]

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Watch: A GoPro launched into space in 2013 returns with extraordinary Grand …
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In June 2013, Bryan Chan and several of his friends—all students at Stanford University—launched a camera attached to a weather balloon up into the edge of space. They also attached an AT&T-connected smartphone to the balloon so they'd be able to …

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Long-Lost GoPro Found After Falling From The Edge Of Space
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In 2013, some friends attached a GoPro camera to a weather balloon, as was the fashion in those days. Encased in a 3D printed body, they drove to their launch site, 20 miles west of the Grand Canyon. The camera captured its journey on the way up, from …

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GoPro Footage From the Edge of Space
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In space, communications have always served two purposes. One is to convey important mission information (Houston, we have a problem). The other is to transmit the experiences of the weightless few to the earthbound millions (This is Major Tom to …

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Astronauts took a GoPro for a spacewalk – here's what it's really like to …
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NASA astronaut Terry Virts decided to take a GoPro out into the vacuum of space during a spacewalk, while he and fellow astronaut Barry "Butch" Wilmore went out to prepare the International Space Station for the arrival of two new docking adapters and …

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NASA releases out-of-this-world GoPro space walk footage
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Back in February and March, astronauts Barry “Butch” Wilmore and Terry Virts brought GoPro cameras with them on space walks to reconfigure the space station. They captured some pretty breathtaking footage, which NASA uploaded to YouTube.

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