Stuntman crosses canyon with hydrogen-powered jetpack

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Hydrogen-peroxide (H2O2) is a relatively stable oxidant, but when it comes into contact with a catalyst it decomposes into a mixture of superheated steam. It is this exothermic reaction which propels jetpacks into flight, such as the one recently used by ambitious stuntman Eric Scott.

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