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Martin Jetpack Soars to 5000 Feet
01 Jun 2011 | By vlogger
The Martin Jetpack shot into the sky over the Canterbury Plains in New Zealand at a climb rate of 800 feet per minute, reaching an altitude of 5,000 feet (previous record 100 feet per minute & 50 feet altitude) before safely deploying its ballistic jetpack parachute.
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