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Canadian Lego In Space!!! Answered

Two 17 year old Canadian Grade 12 students sent a Lego man into space and captured the entire 97 minute flight on video.

The helium filled balloon used to send the Lego man (with Canadian Flag in hand) to space reached 24 kilometers above sea level. (almost 15 miles).

SEE VIDEO HERE (at YouTube) OR scroll down below for embedded link (thanks monsterlego) :P

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

Wha... the link wasn't good enough? lol :P

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

Well if people want to see it without going to youtube...

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

Duly noted. :P

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AriedeB
AriedeB

8 years ago

Canadian lego man in space???

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

And it was all done by high school age kids (17 I believe).

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

i saw this on like 5 different websites. (gets around doesn't he)

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

LOL... yes, he's making his rounds everywhere it seems.

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

Sure does. :)

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AriedeB
AriedeB

Reply 8 years ago

It is quiet amazing indeed.
When i look back at what we used to do on my school, than this would be like watching a sciencefiction event come to live.
And those kids just did it for real, so in one word: WOW!

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monsterlego
monsterlego

8 years ago

That's wicked cool.

Did you know there's enough minifigs in the world to encircle the globe about five times? (weird fact)

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

o_0 Wow. That's a lot.

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

Their also the largest tire distributor.

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

...on earth.

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kelseymh
kelseymh

8 years ago

I guess it's my turn to be the anti-joke chicken :-)

Legally, outer space starts at an altitude of 100 km, and physically, at about 118 +/- 0.3 km.

In any event, awesome video, and there's just nothing cooler than a LEGO Mountie (seems to have lost his hat, but I'd recognize that bright red dress coat anywhere!) claiming the High Ground.

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

I think that's more "false statement Dwight"

False, outer space starts at an altitude of 100 km, and physically, at about 118 +/- 0.3 km.

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

LOL... I agree, (but I did only say "space")... :P

I so would have loved to see the "anti-joke chicken" link but *sigh*, it leads no where.... perhaps that's the joke???

excuse me while I break out in song, "Oh Canada, our home and native land..." :P

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

lol...

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

btw... good thing no mounties were around due to the legalities of outer space. :D lol

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

8 years ago

There must be a few Lego Lovers that will find this is pretty cool. :)

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monsterlego
monsterlego

Reply 8 years ago

Hmmm i wonder who you could be talking about. oh yeah, me. :)

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canucksgirl
canucksgirl

Reply 8 years ago

ha ha... ya, you were the first person I thought of when I saw this, so ya, I had to post it. :D