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A Balloon Ride to Space: Float 100,000 feet above Earth into the stratosphere

A Balloon Ride to Space: Float 100,000 feet above Earth into the stratosphere “A Balloon Ride to Space,” episode 4 of THE POSSIBLE, takes you where few have gone before.You’ll witness the construction of a technologically advanced balloon that, when inflated, is as big as a football stadium…soar 100,000 feet above Earth…and experience an utterly unique and awe-inspiring perspective on the planet we call home.

You'll travel to space in the near future - just for fun

You'll travel to space in the near future - just for fun Worldview wants to take tourists into space.Watch as we take the skies (and space) and learn what it means to be a space tourist.

Go behind the scenes with a VR production company

Go behind the scenes with a VR production company Virtual reality films are fun to watch, but there's a ton of work that goes into creating them.We sat down with Here Be Dragons to understand the effort behind their films.

The DIY space race is here, and it is awesome

The DIY space race is here, and it is awesome All you need is a big weather balloon, some helium, a camera, and a dose of good timing.But the DIY space race didn't really take off until around 2009, after two MIT students built their own makeshift rig for just $150.

Meet the company that’s hoping to democratize art collection — Absolut Art

Meet the company that’s hoping to democratize art collection — Absolut Art Meet Absolut Art, the new digital platform looking to democratize international art at a time when access to global perspectives may be more important than ever.By digitizing the process of art collection, Absolut Art hopes to allow a wider audience to participate in a previously exclusive conversation.

Meet the DIY spacesuit designer who wants to bring exploration to the masses

Meet the DIY spacesuit designer who wants to bring exploration to the masses Cameron Smith's cramped apartment resembles a makeshift NASA lab.They'll begin at 5,000 feet, then 10,000 feet, and so on, progressively working their way to 63,000 feet — the so-called Armstrong limit.

Watch science fiction become reality with these real-life jetpacks

Watch science fiction become reality with these real-life jetpacks Once a part of science fiction, jet packs have exploded onto the scene as a realistic possibility for military and commercial uses.After digging into the video above, fly your own jetpack and take to the skies.

Ever wish you could fly? Jump onto a hoverboard in virtual reality

Ever wish you could fly? Jump onto a hoverboard in virtual reality If you could have just one superpower, what would it be?For Alexandru Duru, the answer was obvious: the ability to fly.

Flying cars aren't real yet, but these supersonic vehicles already exist

Flying cars aren't real yet, but these supersonic vehicles already exist 468 miles per hour in 1983.4 miles per hour) in 1970.

Fallout Shelter - The James Incident

Fallout Shelter - The James Incident This is Vault 666The name was not a mistake These are your typical dwellers within the vault(Ignore the fact that every person in this room is black) And this is Goddamn JamesJames is ******* ridiculous James had the stats of Jesus himselfEveryone else in the vault was level 3, but goddamn James came in and set a whole new standard Eventually James proceeded to impregnate all the women he could findVault 666 is bad when it comes to birth control Here he can be observed wooing his 16th lover.James had such a high status among the vault dwellers, he eventually became their cult messiahAll cultist enforces a of James' fair laws are required to wear Ninja suits.