Germans hail Vulture 1 spaceplane
Die Zeit gets cosy with PARIS
Our German readers might like to nip out today and grab a copy of this week's Die Zeit, which has a handy guide on how to make the ultimate paper plane.
Thorsten notes that the article has a "Hall of Fame", headed up by our very own Vulture 1, the Guinness World Record-holding flagship of our Paper Aircraft Released Into Space (PARIS) mission.
The blurb reads: "In 2010, British scientists let a paper plane ascend to 26,000 metres using a helium balloon. From there, it descended calmly down to Earth."
We're not sure that Die Zeit has completely captured the intricacies of our Vulture 1 release mechanism, but it has done a nice job on rendering the spaceplane itself, albeit with our heroic Playmonaut labelled as a "Kamera":
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