Welcome to the Paper Aircraft Released Into Space (PARIS) archive - the full story of our Guinness World Record spaceplane
Vulture 1's Guinness World Record broken by 96,563ft paper dart release
Highest paper plane launch ever – official
Space paper plane honoured with fetching cartoon
Hyperglycaemic concoction to celebrate playmonaut antics
NSFD * Readers invited to name high-altitude beverage
Click here for hot plans of famous space plane
Deserved fame for paper spaceplane, plucky Playmonaut
Beautiful composite image of spaaaaace...
Aerial mission photos for your viewing pleasure
Our space plane mission's bumper photo album
Amazing vid captures Vulture 1 release
Jubilant team celebrates space plane triumph
Updated with pics Dramatic scenes as pursuit team recovers heroic playmonaut
Ground team embark on epic Fossett-style search
Model-module eases down atop thick wood
Modelmodule PLUNGING TOWARD THICK WOOD +++
Updated PARIS soars to glory with plastonaut inside her
Both likely, knowing our luck
Get yer final construction snaps here
Vulture 1 rolls back to hangar, team rolls back to bar
PARIS team struggle with weather, recalcitrant donkeys
Short 'naut is not short of the Right Stuff
Lots of lovely construction snaps for your viewing pleasure
Big hug for mad English bloke and his space plane
Vulture 1 pilot jets in from US as skies threaten rain
Attempts to avoid sequin dress
Assistant in tight dress fondles powerful squirter
Main payload container ready for lift-off
Where? Click here to find out
Vulture 1's Mk 2 release mechanism cleared for take-off
Vulture 1-X structure takes virtual shape
Careful with that dope
Coming soon: Hypobaric chamber - The Revisiting
Full constructional details on the drawing board
Knocks together proof of concept structure
High as a kite on nitrates
More about the lovely PARIS:
- Our basic PARIS mission summary is here (pdf) .
- You can find our release, pursuit and recovery photos here ...
- ...and our onboard camera photo album here .
- Check out our Flickr page, with all the PARIS and Low Orbit Helium Assisted Navigator (LOHAN) photos.
- All of the PARIS videos live down at YouTube .