Everything that innerspace does has a purpose, and their new video for “Voyager” is no exception. The Colorado based progressive rock band took advantage of the recent solar eclipse in order to film a unique perspective of the once in a lifetime event by using a high altitude weather balloon to capture images from the stratosphere.
Not only does the video tie in directly with the track, but the release also falls on the 40th anniversary of the Voyager 1 launch date – certainly not a coincidence.
The full flight lasted approximately 2hrs, 28mins and reached an estimated peak altitude of over 100,000ft, ascending with a 1500g Kaymont sounding balloon and descending with a 6ft Rocketman parachute. Video was taken with a GoPro 3+ and flight was tracked with Spot GPS.
Last year, innerspace released their new album, Voyager, which can be heard HERE. Watch the video now below.