This wolf glows in the dark--and it's been to space. The students of Earth to Sky Calculus launched a special wolf pendant to the stratosphere on April 15, 2020, on board a high-altitude cosmic ray balloon. The payload of radiation sensors (and lupine jewelry) traveled 107,611 feet above Earth's surface. After the balloon exploded (as planned), the payload parachuted back to Earth, landing on a high plateau overlooking rugged Saline Valley on the edge of Death Valley National Park.
Each pendant comes with a greeting card showing the wolf in flight and describing its journey to the edge of space and back again.