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November 5, 2013
How to take a picture of yourself* in space** if you’re not an astronaut
Step one: Create Lego replica of yourself.
Step two: Attach said replica to a high-powered balloon which flies 90,000 feet above the surface. Let it fly.
Step three: Take pictures with an HD camera attached to the balloon.
Step four: Find balloon miles from its start point and send the story to the papers.
* — OK, OK, the Lego form of yourself
** — Not really space but close enough for photo-taking purposes

How to take a picture of yourself* in space** if you’re not an astronaut

Step one: Create Lego replica of yourself.

Step two: Attach said replica to a high-powered balloon which flies 90,000 feet above the surface. Let it fly.

Step three: Take pictures with an HD camera attached to the balloon.

Step four: Find balloon miles from its start point and send the story to the papers.

* — OK, OK, the Lego form of yourself

** — Not really space but close enough for photo-taking purposes

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