An urn covered by a paper module below a high-altitude balloon scatters a client’s ashes as high as 100,000 feet above Earth. Once done, the module with the urn and cameras separates from the balloon and returns to Earth by parachute.
An urn covered by a paper module below a high-altitude balloon scatters a client’s ashes as high as 100,000 feet above Earth. Once done, the module with the urn and cameras separates from the balloon and returns to Earth by parachute. Mesoloft.
An urn covered by a paper module below a high-altitude balloon scatters a client’s ashes as high as 100,000 feet above Earth. Once done, the module with the urn and cameras separates from the balloon and returns to Earth by parachute. Mesoloft.

Your ashes scattered 15 miles above Earth. Kentucky company calls it ‘the last adventure’

February 05, 2017 11:56 AM

UPDATED February 06, 2017 01:42 PM

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