We have seen a number of videos of devices being launched into space and the guys from Slickwraps decided it would be a good idea to launch the new Samsung Galaxy S6 into space.
The guys from Slickwraps launched the Galaxy S6 into space on a box that was attached to a high altitude balloon.
The device traveled to an altitude of 122,264 feet and reach temperatures that were also low as -54 degrees C, have a look at the video below.
On May 9th, 2015 Slickwraps launched a new Samsung Galaxy S6 into the upper levels of the stratosphere. Over the course of it’s journey to space, the Galaxy S6 encountered speeds of 110mph (177km/h), temperatures as low as -65F (-54C), and a maximum altitude of 122,264 feet (37,266m). The flight lasted 3 hours and covered 111 miles (233km) from Wichita, KS to Junction City, KS.
As we can see from the video the Samsung Galaxy S6 managed to survive the -54 degrees C temperatures and reached a maximum speed of 110 miles per hour on its journey.
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