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:[The wing segments fall off Cueball and he tumbles downward.]
:[The wing segments fall off Cueball and he tumbles downward.]
*Incidentally, {{w|1566 Icarus}} got an asteroid named for him. It regularly flies very close to the sun.
*{{w|NASA}} did use a comparable device in the sixties and seventies of the last century, propelled by some rocket engines and called the {{w|Lunar Landing Research Vehicle|flying bedstead}}, aimed to simulate the lunar gravity on Earth conditions.
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