Tandoori Lambchop Sent to Space:
Meanwhile, a similar thing has been done by the group of DesignSpark just in September. But instead of a lambchop, they made use of a Superman Action figure. This projectile into space seems like a thing in UK. Just like the lambchop business, they made use of a Weather Balloon filled with Hydrogen gas. Superman was launched in Ross on Wye near Wales. The setup was very sophisticated; with 5 trackers installed, it wasn't hard finding where it touched down after its 2.5 hours of journey back and forth to space.
Superman Space Travel:
A great feat had been done by humankind with the success of a 10-year mission of landing a probe in a comet by the European Space Agency (ESA). The Rosetta Mission was deemed successful after it made an historic landing on comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko on Nov. 12, 2014 after it was first launched into space on March 2 2004. Unfortunately, Philae powered down on short notice unexpectedly with 57 hours of battery life in the comet. While that is heart-breaking, here are some remarkable images captured by Rosetta probe’s instruments in the week of lander module Philae's landing:
Rosetta Mission - Philae Comet Landing First Images:
If Shukla thinks that their idea of sending a lambchop into space is crazy, nothing is crazier than... well... a Russian! Somehow, it's always the crazy antics of Russian men making rounds in the internet. Remember the stereotypes: Germany is weird, Japan the weirdest and Russia is crazy! Here's a video compilation of the deeds of a Russian known as Mustang as he climbs over towers and buildings of sickening height which is pretty daunting to all of us:
Mustang Wanted Compilation #2:
BMX expert Danny Macaskill took on a death-defying ride along the notorious Cuillin Ridgeline in the Isle of Skye in Scotland. While his ride in the Ridge looks scary, the sight is awe-inspiring:
Danny Macaskill - The Ridge:
But then perhaps, nothing is more spectacular than the view of Earth from Space. The film Gravity might have made you dizzy, but this time-lapse footage of Earth viewed at night with the sequence taken on the International Space Station (ISS) via NASA will take your breath away!