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And you would need one heck of an arm to throw it.
The Desert Eagle is 45-feet long and boasts a wingspan of 24-feet. It took it's first flight Wednesday afternoon in the desert outside of Tucson, Arizona.
The plane was built by the Pima Air & Space Museum. It was designed by 12-year-old Arturo Valdenegro, whose paper airplane flew the farthest when he competed against hundreds of children in a regional paper airplane distance contest held at the museum in January.
In its maiden voyage, the Desert Eagle reached an altitude of 2,703 feet and a speed of 98 miles per hour.