A device used by Samsung to launch a Cara Delevingne selfie into space. Nancy Mumby-Welke of Gratiot County, Michigan, heard of a loud crash outside every farmland home this weekend and discovered a large object in every backyard. “Unbelievable look what just fell out of the sky and 911 is baffled and it’s caught up in our tree,” she posted to Facebook along with a photo.
“We realized it had fallen from the sky,” Mumby-Welke told NBC News. “It looked like a satellite.” The device carried both a Samsung logo and that of South Dakota-based high-altitude balloon manufacturer Raven Industries, which eventually came to collect the crashed apparatus.
Injuries No injuries occurred and the balloon was subsequently retrieved, ”Samsung said to NBC. Company We regret any inconvenience this may have caused. ”The company claims the landing was“ planned ”and happened in a“ selected rural area. ”
As PR stunts go, this one was over the top even by Samsung’s standards. The “SpaceSelfie” program involved a photo of Cara Delevingne. the screen of a Galaxy S10 5G on board the balloon.
Europe Samsung Europe CMO Benjamin Braun said at the launch event. SpaceSelfie is just that. SpaceSelfie launch is no different. We