By Jazz Monroe.
David Bowie tribute stamps printed by the UK’s Royal Mail this week have been attached to helium balloons and launched into space, the Guardian reports. The 52 stamps, representing Bowie’s 52-year recording career, will plummet to Earth once the balloons burst. Honoring Bowie’s The Man Who Fell to Earth, fans are invited to predict where they’ll land for the chance to win one of the limited-edition covers. The stamps, which feature Bowie album art and tour photos, are also available to buy from today.
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