PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. (CNN) - Back in June, a CNN team working with visiting international journalists tried an experiment to get video from the edge of space using a small camera, a smartphone and a weather balloon.
It took six months, but they finally got their video back with amazing results!
The launch went off without any problems. The balloon and its payload zipped up 65,000 feet to the stratosphere and took some incredible images of Earth.
But on the way back down, it seems the camera and its parachute hit some high-altitude winds and the assembly broke apart.
A GPS tracker was used to recover the balloon, but the camera and phone were long gone.
Or so it seemed.
A Georgia resident found the phone in his backyard last month. With winter setting in, the camera was spotted in a tree that had finally shed all its leaves.
The camera still works, and the video found inside shows the entire trip, ending with a gentle landing in the tree.
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A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of more than 2,000 EMTs and paramedics who were abruptly laid off over the weekend.
The Portsmouth City Council has set a public hearing for Tuesday, Dec. 17, to talk about a plan to bring a casino to the city.