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DIY postcards from the edge (of space)

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re: DIY postcards from the edge (of space)
pwi   9/18/2012 10:39:50 AM
It's wonderful. The one issue I never see discussed in relation to such project is safety and insurance. Two example questions: How the baloon is launched to avoid the air traffic? What happens if the falling payload hits a BMW?

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