Space is suddenly a lot less impressive

It sounds impressive, but in the end, all you need is a weather balloon, a video camera and a GPS tracker.

And if you don’t require video footage of the historic moment, you only need the balloon and the tracker.

For less than $200, you, too, could be the first person to put a food item in space.

I’d send up broccoli, because that would mean there was one less broccoli here on Earth.