Two Sheffield graduates are hoping their fledgling business will go to infinity and beyond by offering customers the chance to get their belongings into space.
PHD students Alex Baker and Chris Rose have developed a DIY space flight kit which will allow buyers to send items up into space. It uses a helium balloon and can transport items to more than 30,000 metres.
And thanks to an on board camera the images can be seen back on earth when the balloon finally bursts and comes back to earth.
They've already had some spectacular images and hope their Sent Into Space business will encourage other frustrated astronauts to join the space race.
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