A quick update on a story I was blogging about last week. Millionaire Adventurer Steve Fossett broke the worlds record for longest continuous flight over the weekend, although it didn’t go completely as he expected. Fossett was forced to make an emergency landing just miles from his target location. Still, he managed to travel 26,389.3 miles over 76 hours and 45 minutes.
You can read the whole story over at Pythom.com. Congrats Steve!
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