This amazing video shows the curvature of the earth - and a diamond worth £12,000 - at 30,000 metres into the atmosphere.
The 1.14 carat diamond was securely attached to a helium balloon in August last year and released in Derbyshire, travelling to the edge of space before the balloon popped, sending the diamond crashing back down to earth.
The stunt, by online diamond retailer 77 Diamonds, promised that whoever found the gem could keep it.
As the diamond fell to earth, the GPS signal was lost - with nobody on the ground spotting where it landed.
Hundreds of people descended on the Lincolnshire area to search for the diamond, but it wasn't until recently that 75-year-old Allen Bell was out walking his dogs and spotted the package containing the diamond.
The video camera attached to the balloon was repaired and footage of its journey was recovered.
Allen, a retired lorry driver, who is married to Pat and celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary just before finding the diamond.
It wasn't until about 30 minutes later that it hit Allen that it could be diamond everyone was searching for and he dashed back to the hedge to retrieve the package.