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Technology He is Iron Man: British man zooms at 85 mph in jet-powered suit

02:25  15 november  2019
02:25  15 november  2019 Source:   cnet.com

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Iron Man lives! British inventor Richard Browning has set a world record for fastest speed in a body-controlled, jet -engine powered , wind-guided suit Browning smashed his own previous record, which he set in 2017 at 32.02 mph (51.53 kph). He said the suit has changed completely since he set the

British inventor Richard Browning has broken his own record for the fastest flight in a jet suit . The self-proclaimed ‘Jetman’ took off from Brighton beach He reached 85 mph , more than 50 mph faster than his previous record. Browning said before the flight he was hoping to show how technology used in

Iron Man lives! British inventor Richard Browning has set a world record for fastest speed in a body-controlled, jet-engine powered, wind-guided suit, traveling at 85.06 mph (136.891 kph) over England's Brighton Pier.

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"It's pretty exhilarating, the adrenaline flows when you're hammering along over the waves doing that," Browning said, according to the Guinness Book of World Records site.

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This captioned movie shows British inventor Richard Browning setting a world speed record for flying a body-controlled jet engine powered suit at Lagoona Park in Reading, reaching a speed of 32.02 mph . Real Life Iron Man Jet Suit - Продолжительность: 3:20 Tech Insider Recommended for you.

Richard Browning flew his jet - powered suit at 85 mph along Brighton PierAlamy. Richard Browning, 40, whizzed along Brighton Pier in his “ Iron Man ” invention, which is powered by five micro gas He smashed his previous official top flight speed of 32 mph for a jet-engine suit controlled by the body, a

Browning smashed his own previous record, which he set in 2017 at 32.02 mph (51.53 kph). He said the suit has changed completely since he set the last record, and that it now is "entirely 3D-printed, lighter, stronger and much smarter," and that it gives the flyer the ability to fine-tune the power level midflight.

Who wouldn't want to fly like Iron Man (seen here in the 2008 movie)?© Marvel

Who wouldn't want to fly like Iron Man (seen here in the 2008 movie)?

Browning is the founder of Gravity Industries, which makes the suits.

"It truly feels like that dream of flying you have sometimes in your sleep," he said.

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