Ένα κορίτσι 6 ετών παίζει το “Fly Me To The Moon” στην κιθάρα Η Miumiu, ένα 6χρονο κορίτσι από το Nanjing της Κίνας, παίζει το τραγούδι "Fly Me to the Moon" στην κλασική κιθάρα. Το "Fly Me to the Moon" γράφτηκε το 1954 από τον Bart Howard και ερμηνεύτηκε από τον Frank Sinatra στην πιο διάσημη του έκδοση.
Wingsuit Pilot Flies Past Christ The Redeemer A wingsuit pilot has captured the spectacular moment he flies past Christ the Redeemer. Carlos Briceno, from Deland, Florida, US, can be seen flying past the Art Deco statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in his wingsuit. The professional skydiver - who has 900 skydives and 800 base jumps under his belt - was over the moon to be hired by Red Bull China to perform the stunt. Carlos's captivated video clips showcases his favourite flying spots from August 2016.
Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme Kicks Photographer Video has surfaced of Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme kicking a photographer during the band's performance at KROQ's Almost Acoustic Christmas concert in Los Angeles on Saturday night. The incident occurred during the fourth song of the band's set, "The Evil Has Landed". As you can see in the video above, Homme appears to deliberately kick the camera out of the photographer's hands. The photographer, Chelsea Lauren, posted the video on her Facebook page and added that she spent the night in the ER.
Dawn of a revolution in urban mobility – first manned flight with the Volocopter VC200 The premiere of manned flights with the world’s first certified Multicopter, e-volo’s Volocopter VC200, marks the beginning of a new era in urban mobility. For the first time humans’ dream of personal flight as a daily routine becomes attainable. As such it not only offers more widespread use in conventional aircraft domains, but brings us another step closer to air taxi services and entire transportation systems in the third dimension. “The flight was totally awesome” pilot Alexander Zosel said right after his landing. “I got in, we did the pre-checks for what felt like maybe 20 seconds, and after that I’d already got the all-clear for flying. I didn’t wait long, I simply pushed the lever upward and the Volocopter simply sprung upward in a single bound.
It is definitely a sublime feeling to lift off, fly the first few meters, and then actually take my hand off the joystick and think that, yeah, it’s really as if I’m standing on the ground, and then I look down and there are 20-25 meters beneath me. So it’s definitely unbelievable what we’ve achieved here. It’s seriously unbelievable!”
Pouring Molten Copper On Ice Exploding Ice Im Pouring molten scrap copper on ice. In this video i don't know why but it caused an explosion. im not sure what went wrong. when i was pouring the copper on the ice it was weird because it wasn't even making any sound. The explosion sent molten copper flying everywhere even burned my right hand my shoulder and my foot and to top it off it even caused a fire on a wood pile like 40 feet away. when the camera falls you can hear ice and copper falling from the sky at 0:14 seconds in my video. and on 0:19 seconds you can see the molten copper flying. I'm Melting Copper using my metal melting propane furnace. This furnace is capable of reaching temperatures up to 2500 °F
After A 9-Year Journey, This Spacecraft Will Finally Reach Pluto Imagine the stretch of outer space along the Milky Way like a 4.67 billion mile highway from planet Earth to Pluto, the former most-distant planet. Imagine NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, an interplanetary space probe, has been traveling along that highway for nine and a half years since its launch from Earth in January of 2006. This week, on July 14th, at approximately 7:50 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, New Horizons will fly past Pluto and its five moons. Realistically, it's the first time we'll ever see Pluto. We have zoomed in on images from the Hubble, but the resolution is highly pixelated and leaves a whole lot of mystery to this distant body. You can follow along on the flyby on NASA TV live broadcast program, which will be live streaming all active communications from the spacecraft.
CowArt with a drone I fly a drone over our cattle while I try my hand at Cow Art with the feed truck.
Wingsuit Fly-By Past Rio’s Iconic Christ The Redeemer Statue Two extreme sports professionals undertake a daring wingsuit fly-by of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. Norwegian Espen Fadnes and Frenchman Ludovic Woerth decided to attempt the stunt after drawing up a list of their dream flight destinations. The pair were ferried into position on trikes - the motorised hand gliders used to give tourists an aerial view of the city - before making the leap from around 2000m, with Fadnes flying below the arm of the iconic monument, and Woerth passing above it filming. The wingsuit fliers landed at a Rio roundabout in the early hours, before heading back to their hotel for a celebratory breakfast beer.