British Restaurant Attempts To Send Samosa Into Space The eatery's owner and his friends attached a weather balloon, GPS and GoPro camera and sent the snack flying. It didn't quite make it into orbit — it crash landed in France.
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British Restaurant Attempts To Send Samosa Into Space

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British Restaurant Attempts To Send Samosa Into Space

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The eatery's owner and his friends attached a weather balloon, GPS and GoPro camera and sent the snack flying. It didn't quite make it into orbit — it crash landed in France.

TONYA MOSLEY, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Tonya Mosley. We could all use a laugh these days. One British restaurant owner wanted to spread some cheer by sending a samosa into space. He and his friends attached a weather balloon, GPS and a GoPro and sent the samosa flying - moon or bust. The intrepid little snack didn't quite make it into orbit. It crash-landed in France. But when a local went to find the crash site, the samosa was gone. Who knows? Maybe the brave little pastry just kept on flying. It's MORNING EDITION.

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