The balloon and camera were launched at 7:44 AM, the balloon burst at 10:51 AM at 107,145 ft. and the camera landed via parachute at 11:40 AM, 89 miles from the launch site after a 3 hr. & 56 min. flight. The camera recorded a total of 4 hrs. & 22 min. of Hi-Def Video before it stopped recording 53 secs after landing, when its 32GB of memory was full. The only thing better would have been if the camera had recorded for several minutes more to captured the sound of us approaching and video of us opening its container.
If you get motion sickness or are annoyed at unedited video, either don’t watch this or skp to three or four minutes in.
At 5:20, they skip forward to 2 hrs 45 minutes. Where you can see the edge of space. What is that big white blob in the distance? Oh, and note that there IS SOUND at the edge of space. The physicists were wrong!!!
I love that fact that at one point all human sounds disappear. Except the sirens.