Teenager Launches LEGO Shuttle Into Space
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Friday, March 16, 2012 at 1:00 PM
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Estimated altitude for this flight was about 115,000 feet, says Raul Oaida, 18-years-old. Raul launched the shuttle, along with a video camera and a GPS tracker, by way of a large helium balloon. Flight time was about three hours--the shuttle landing about 150 miles south of where it took off.



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