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The Sent Into Space team recently posted footage to YouTube from August 2017 when they captured a stunning solar eclipse from space. Team engineers shot 360 degrees of video utilizing a series of cameras aboard a high altitude balloon which reached an altitude of 165,000 feet into the stratosphere to record the moment of totality. The retrieved footage was stitched together and stabilized to lock in the horizon and create the first eclipse hyperlapse seen from the edge of space.