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A 45-foot-long (14-meter-long) paper airplane successfully flew across the desert skies of Arizona -- albeit briefly. The model, which has a 24-foot wingspan, could be the world's largest paper plane, according to the Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson, Ariz., which was responsible for the project. Dubbed Arturo's Desert Eagle after the inspiration behind the design -- 12-year-old Arturo Valderamo -- the 800-pound (363-kilogram) aircraft flew at 98 mph (158 kph) at an altitude of 2,703 feet (824 meters) after being towed into the sky by a helicopter Wednesday and then released. Read more: www.foxnews.com...