Monday, 26 Mar, 2012 Offbeat
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Test Flight of the World's Biggest Paper Airplane

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A group of people from the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tuscon, Arizona, decided to launch the world's largest paper plane.

To do this they used a helicopter that lifted the 45-foot-long paper aircraft into the sky. The whole process was filmed and you can see it in the video below.

After being released by the helicopter, the paper airplane managed to register a flight that lasted for about 6 seconds.

[via Great Paper Airplane Project]

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