Amazing video from the Brooklyn Space Program

In case you’ve been living in a cave for the past 10 months (as I have been apparently) a father/son team sent a camera into space by way of weather balloon just because it was fun, a great learning opportunity, and a outstanding experience to be shared by all of those involved.  I can’t stress enough the value of these kinds of experiences as a way to connect with your children and to create a memory that will last a life time (and could potentially be passed down to their children).  If you haven’t seen this video, I encourage you to set aside seven minutes and check it out:

[Thanks Damien]

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