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Jean Piccard and his wife Jeannette Piccard on a stratosphere flight in Dearborn,...HD Stock Footage

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Jean Piccard and his wife Jeannette Piccard on a stratosphere flight in Dearborn, Michigan.

The Piccards go on a stratosphere flight in Dearborn, Michigan. Jeannette Piccards joins her husband Jean Piccard in a perilous journey into the stratosphere. Attendants help them aboard. Souvenir hunters strip the gas bag after its landing at Cadiz, Ohio. The Piccards begin their flight with the help of a large balloon. A plane flies in the background. 'Piccards stratosphere flight' written on the balloon. Location: Dearborn Michigan. Date: October 24, 1934.

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