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...somewhat-celeb Cara Delevingne...
Come now, she was in several movies I have heard of, if not actually watched. For instance, she was reasonably adequate in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
On Saturday, a phone-toting high-altitude balloon launched by Samsung to promote its Galaxy S10 5G phone crashed into the front yard of the home of Nancy and Dan Welke in Gratiot County, Michigan. On its Facebook page, the Gratiot County Herald reported that the couple heard a crash around 0845 Saturday morning and discovered …
Seems like Samsung is breaking the law here. I rather doubt they followed all FAA 101 regulations, thus they need to be 101 exempt. Payload weight can not exceed 12lbs total, divided into packages not exceeding 6 lbs each. Judging from all the steel and metal in there, this payload was definitely heavier. On top of that it's not allowed to be a hazard when landing (even if it was launched under the relevant regulations), and this payload was DEFINITELY a danger to anyone underneath it with all the "sticky outty pokey bits".
§101.33 Operating limitations.
No person may operate an unmanned free balloon—
(e) In such a manner that impact of the balloon, or part thereof including its payload, with the surface creates a hazard to persons or property not associated with the operation.
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