The first person who went to the Moon with the Apollo 11 mission and set foot on the moon is carrying out various activities on the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s great step for humanity. One of these people was an Australian entrepreneur.
David Mayman, an Australian entrepreneur, flew around Sydney Opera House with a jetpack on his back for the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s footstep on the Moon. David Mayman, CEO of JetPack Aviation, toured around the Sydney Opera House with a jetpack on his back. Mayman then continued his flight to Sydney Harbor. Mayman, who made a similar attempt before in 2010, had failed that trial and had fallen to the port.
According to Mayman, the current version of the device JP10 can fly for 250 km and can also reach a height of 5000 meters. In May 2015, Mayman flew around the Statue of Liberty in New York. David Mayman’s 2015 flight is also available below.