Mar 26, 2018 · “Mad” Mike Hughes, a 61-year-limo driver and self-taught rocket scientist who believes that the Earth is flat, finally blasted himself in the direction of space.
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“Mad” Mike Hughes is an American limo driver, daredevil, and flat earth conspiracy theorist known for flying in self-built rockets. Biography Hughes built his first manned rocket on January 30, 2014, and flew 1,374 feet (419 m) in just over one minute over Winkelman, Arizona.
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Sep 29, 2015 · This video is about Mad’ Mike Hughes Manned Rocket Flight which took place on January 30, 2014. Mike Hawkins placed a GoPro Onboard Camera at the rear of the rocket, propelled by steam.
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Mar 25, 2018 · ‘Mad’ Mike Hughes, 61, a US limo driver from California, was slightly injured when his steam-powered rocket launch ended with a hard landing in the Mojave Desert on Saturday.
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Mar 26, 2018 · After months of cancellations, the flat earth stuntman “Mad” Mike Hughes finally launched himself in his homebrew steam-powered rocket Saturday afternoon. Hughes made it to an altitude of
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“Mad” Mike Hughes, the rocket man who believes the Earth is flat, propelled himself about 570 metres into the air Saturday before a hard landing in the Mojave Desert.
Rocketeer flat-Earther “Mad” Mike Hughes launched his Liberty One rocket on the third attempt Saturday (March 24, 2018) near Amboy, California.
Mar 27, 2018 · “Mad” Mike Hughes is carried on a stretcher after his home-made rocket launched and returned to the ground near Amboy, Calif., on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
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‘Mad’ Mike Hughes, who has been likened to cartoon character Wile E. Coyote, propelled himself into the sky in a homemade rocket on Saturday, landing hard in the Mojave Desert.
Mike Hughes is known for his flat-Earth views. Apollo 17 Crew/NASA/Public Domain “I’m tired of people saying I chickened out and didn’t build a rocket,” he told AP.
“Mad” Mike Hughes is carried on a stretcher after his home-made rocket launched and returned to the ground near Amboy, Calif., on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
“Mad” Mike Hughes, the rocket man who believes the Earth is flat, propelled himself about 1875 feet (about 570m) into the air Saturday (local time) before a hard landing in the Mojave Desert.