If you ever wondered if blowup sex dolls can handle high altitudes, deep freezing temperatures and high winds, you'll be pleased to learn that they can. A sex-doll maker in the U.S. sent one into space. Ah, science.
CNB.com Inc., a California-based adult products maker, sent Missy into the heavens with the help of a 4.5-pound hydrogen-filled balloon and recorded the journey.
Missy climbed to 100,000 feet, where she withstood -57 C temperatures, jet streams of more than 160 km/h and cosmic ray radiation.
Missy finally blew apart re-entering the atmosphere, where she landed in pieces somewhere in the Nevada desert.
In the video description, CWB.com Inc. says it couldn't verify its numbers completely but took great pains to detail what it could.
"Three high-definition cameras recorded up to altitudes of approximately 60,000 feet, yielding the best video of a sex toy in space ever," owner Dave "Sex Toy Dave" Levine wrote.