The owner of a British restaurant has tried to send a samosa to space by using weather balloons, however, it ended up crash-landing in France.
The airship, which is bigger than the size of six double-decker buses, sustained damage on landing from its second test flight, Hybrid Air Vehicles said, adding that all crew were safe and well following the incident. Privately owned Hybrid Air Vehicles denied a report on the BBC that the airship had hit a telegraph pole. "No damage was sustained mid-air," the company said on Twitter. Hybrid Air Vehicles was not immediately reachable by telephone. The 92-metre Airlander 10 made its first test flight earlier this month and…