For more information on this totally cool project and to follow the results of this Science Project, contact John Heath via Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/john.heath.338658 To see a full version of the launch, go to The Camera’s Eye, click Client Proofing and type: “balloon” This is the Club’s 4th Launch but first Summer Launch. The balloon and camera’s flight should last approximately one and a half hours depending on wind and heat conditions. Once the balloon bursts, the camera contraption travels by parachute back to Earth. The middle school students added their own twist to the experiment by trying to break the world record for highest “egg drop.” On the side of the box is one small raw egg they are hoping lands in ONE piece! The last I heard, it had landed 40 feet up in a tree near Chenango Park, NY but they aren’t sure how to get it down…. lol. Good luck kids!
I love owning up to being human and when anyone else does too.. I support that! This lovely 2013 Senior was so caught up in her Senior Year, she completely lost track of time and just now ordered her Senior pictures. Although I don’t recommend this… I whole-heartedly understand it! This calls for the old saying, “Better late than never.” She photographed way too nicely to never have a printed portrait. Don’t you agree? So don’t worry about the embarrassment.. Just do it. Order late, admit that you can’t keep up in our minute to minute, instantaneous society and just do it. You will find yourself in good company at this company!