Gigantic paper airplane takes flight in Arizona3/24/2012
A giant paper airplane (an incredible 45 feet long, with a 24 foot wingspan) took flight over Arizona recently and stayed aloft for six seconds, cruising at 98 miles per hour. Tucson's Pima Air & Space Museum, which spear-headed the oversized effort, says they are "thrilled to conduct the first-ever Great Paper Airplane Launch." But what, we ask, of the Great Paper Football Tournament?
What’s the largest kite, paper plane or other object that you’ve gotten into the air?