You've heard of a "Cheeseburger in Paradise," well now there's garlic bread in space. British YouTuber Tom Scott and his collaborators prepared the garlic bread in a protective case, then tied it to a weather balloon and set it free into the stratosphere.
At 35 kilometers in space the balloon popped, sending the bread safely back down to earth where the team tracked it using an attached GPS device. Upon finding the package and eating it, the team noted that it was a bit "icy" in the middle from sustaining cold temperatures in space.
Tom Scott is new to YouTube but already has over one million followers. Read the full article from Newsweek.
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