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If you've ever wondered what it's like to be a rocket, hold onto your seat! This launch is bringing you aboard and you get to see the whole journey without leaving your computer. It is bombs away for this quadcopter and we are happy to say that while we are along for the ride, we do not feel the impact of the launch. Click here for the entire video.

Video Courtesy: Jukin Video

To learn how to make the Quadcopter, click here.

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