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[i]A Swedish astronaut kept a frisbee in the air for 20 seconds yesterday, claiming the new world record for "Maximum Time Aloft".
Only thing is, it was floating in zero gravity, aboard the International Space Station. And the astronaut, Christer Fuglesang, kept it from bumping into anything - or going out of range of the camera in a feed to earth - by blowing on it.
If the record is accepted by the World Flying Disc Federation, Fuglesang would eclipse the longstanding 16.72-second flight launched over Chester County's Warwick Park by Don Cain of Haddonfield in 1984.[/i]
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