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San Francisco to Paris in two minutes

San Francisco to Paris in two minutes

(2:04) A photo roughly every two miles between take-off in San Francisco and landing in Paris CDG 11 hours later. Footage includes an in-flight Aurora Borealis. More about the flight and music at youtu.be/8j36Erxd5rc

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Guest: wake me when we get there (3449 days ago)
Even at 2 minutes flying is so f...g boring
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Even at 2 minutes flying is so f...g boring
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Juniper Juniper (3448 days ago)
Cool how you can see the curvature of the earth when the stars are out.
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Cool how you can see the curvature of the earth when the stars are out.
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Guest: Beau Guest (3448 days ago)
Um, no you can't: not high enough. Now, if it had been Concorde...
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Um, no you can't: not high enough. Now, if it had been Concorde...
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Guest: guest (3448 days ago)
bollox, you can see the curature of the earth from about 20m when you are at sea. Also, concord flies faster not higher you dumbass
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bollox, you can see the curature of the earth from about 20m when you are at sea. Also, concord flies faster not higher you dumbass
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Guest: Gnnnnn (3447 days ago)
Latest comment: Dumb arse yourself. Concord flew at up to 60,000ft (typically 56,000ft). Sub-sonic passenger aircraft fly at about 35,000 to 40,000ft.
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Latest comment: Dumb arse yourself. Concord flew at up to 60,000ft (typically 56,000ft). Sub-sonic passenger aircraft fly at about 35,000 to 40,000ft.
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