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Wingsuits! They’re amazing! They’re like those jetpacks everyone wanted, but they work with physics!
And we’re fans of them here at The Atlantic. We’ve covered documentaries about them, stunt Chinese mountain jumps, and even wingsuiters doing non-wingsuit things (like, y’know, tightrope walking between hot air balloons). We just generally like watching people use the 21st-century devices, which are—essentially—parachutes that fill the gaps between the wearer’s limbs.
And now, you’ll see, we’ve added this particularly fine wingsuit video up above. Why is it so cool?
Because it’s one wingsuit jumper… filmed by another.
On Sunday, just a few hours before science fiction thriller Gravity would win a whopping seven Academy Awards, NASA tweeted a set of pictures showing what life in space really looks like.
Alfred Hitchcock serving tea to Leo the Lion (the mascot
for the Hollywood film studio MGM).