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Photographing the Grand Canyon from Space | National Geographic

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Published on Feb 4, 2014

How do you touch space without even leaving the ground? Near Space Photographer John Flaig outfits weather balloons with cameras to capture novel images of iconic landscapes, such as the Grand Canyon.
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Photographing the Grand Canyon from Space | National Geographic
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