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Balloons to Live Stream Solar Eclipse on August 21

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For the first time, next week's solar eclipse will be live-streamed from helium-filled balloons across the United States, providing the public with sky-high views. A research team from Montana State University has partnered with NASA for the Space Grant Ballooning Project, which will send over 50 balloons 80,000 feet into the air to capture the eclipse on August 21. According to a report, the balloons will be equipped with high-definition video cameras, still cameras and computers. They will be launched from 50 locations in the United States and transmit images and video they record back to Earth.

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