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Nick Uhas from the science YouTube channel Nickipedia wondered if ice cream would melt before it reached outer space! He and his team got a weather balloon, a small computer, and some strawberry ice cream to find out the answer to this delicious scientific question. 

See more fun experiments on Nick's Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

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