Photos from space made by an ordinary camera

Do you think this photo from the satellite? Nothing like that. All that is needed amateur photographer from the UK
Robert Harrison (Robert Harrison) - a low-cost digital camera and balloon filled with helium.
Robert programmed the camera so that every 5 minutes it includes, producing a picture and switches back to "sleep mode".
Rising to a height of 21 km, the ball burst, and the camera safely dropped by parachute to the ground, where he picked up the owner.
According to Harrison, the event was spent only 500 pounds, but the pictures turned out so quality,
that it has already received a call from NASA. When he explained to them the essence of the device, he first did not believe,
because to achieve similar results, they spend millions of dollars.


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