Guess the Band Name
[1754] Guess the Band Name - Look carefully the picture and guess the band name. - #brainteasers #music - Correct Answers: 107 - The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović
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Guess the Band Name

Look carefully the picture and guess the band name.
Correct answers: 107
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
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Airplane loop-the-loop

In 1913, the first airplane in the U.S. to perform a loop-the-loop was piloted by Lincoln Beachey over North Isalnd, San Diego, California. At a level of 1,000 feet, he brought his aircraft up with a swoop and a moment later was flying head downward. He completed the loop at a height of 300 feet. Ten days later he performed a triple loop. Beachey was one of the more colorful characters of early aviation. By 1912, he was a stunt pilot of great repute. His daring acts made him well known in aviation circles. In Chicago, he flew along a string of boxcars first rolling one wheel then the other alternatively along the car roofs as the train was rolling down the tracks. He died in 1915, at age 28, from a crash while performing stunts at the Panama-Pacific Exhibition, Cal.
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