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Watch House From Disney's 'Up!' Fly With Balloons in Real Life!

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Mar. 8 2011, Published 7:24 a.m. ET

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It's your Disney dreams come true! A new National Geographic series has actually built a house that flies using balloons, just like the one in Disney-Pixar's Up!.

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As part of a new National Geographic TV series, How Hard Can It Be?, the house from Up! was built in real life!

The house was 16 by 16 feet, attached to 300 weather balloons filled with helium, was 10 stories tall in total, reached 10,000 feet in the air and flew for an hour.

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The test set a new world record for largest balloon cluster flight ever attempted.

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How Hard Can It Be? premieres this fall on the National Geographic Channel.

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