On June 30, a Michigan State University class launched a weather balloon to outer space from Grand Rapids.

The balloon traveled over 100,000 feet high before coming back down and landing in a tree in Holland.

The balloon was equipped with multiple cameras.  The videos shot will be used at Impressions 5 Museum as part of a display which will allow visitors to feel as if they are traveling to outer space.

Check out the video below to get a taste of what's to come.  It's a nice video, but makes me a little dizzy just watching!

Learn more about the MSU balloon launch.

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