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Seahawks Fans Send 12th Man Flag Into Space [VIDEO]

The Seattle Seahawks symbol of fan unity and loyalty has been seen all over the world. Now it has even traveled beyond our planet.

The 12th man flag has been seen at military bases in Afghanistan, on top of Seattle’s Space Needle, and even atop Mt. Everest. Recently, it traveled into the stratosphere.

Seahawks fans Chris Peterson, Brent Savell and Ryan Schutt lanched their helium-filled baloon equiped with a parachute, GoPro camera, and a GPS locator near Moses Lake in July. It traveled to an altitude of 90,000 feet, and came down in a wheat field not too far from Ritzville about four and a half hours later.

The video is amazing!

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