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Exclusive Video – MiG-29 Trip to Edge Of Space

Posted by Michael December 14th, 2011 / 3 Comments

A few days ago American aviation and space travel enthusiast Robert Mason shared his story with us. Since early childhood he had the dream of traveling into space. In October 2011 his dream finally came true as he traveled to the “Edge Of Space” on board of a Russian MiG-29 UB. Now exclusively to our Flightstory Facebook page, he shared his video about the journey.

Unfortunately it’s without sound but definitely worth watching anyway!

Video:

Robert Mason Video Trip Into Space

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3 Responses to Exclusive Video – MiG-29 Trip to Edge Of Space

  1. Stupid, boring, video. Without sound?? What’s up with that?
    The guy spent so much time “heads down” I’, surprise he could enjoy anything besides contemplating his own navel and breathing 100% O2.

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  2. It’s great to see Robert’s video again. As you can see he went up to see the “Edge of Space’ in the supersonic MiG-29 in Russia. If you are interested in more details on how you can do the same thing as Robert please contact me at 1-800-644-7382 or visit our website at http://www.incredible-adventures.com/migs/index.html

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  3. Interesting; didnt think a Mig 29 could get that high. There’s quite a few of these videos on YouTube; about the best is the BBC’s James May taking a flight in a U2. It went even higher, to 75, 80,000 ft up. Incredible pictures in it, and sound, also, with an interesting view of how they eat something while inside the suit. View it at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6cZLfK4Zjk

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