These sterling silver pendants have touched space.
On Nov. 14, 2018, the students of Earth to Sky Calculus flew a payload-full of heart-shaped Venus pendants to the stratosphere onboard a high-altitude helium balloon. After the balloon exploded, as planned, the jewelry parachuted back to Earth, landing in a rugged canyon of the Inyo Mountains overlooking Death Valley National Park.
Each glittering pendant comes with a greeting card showing the jewelry in flight and telling the story of its journey 110,520 feet above the Sierra Nevada mountains of Central California. Engraved with “I ♥ u to the moon and back” on the back, they make a great romantic gift for Valentine’s Day and birthdays.