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In the World Series of cliff diving divers jump into the water from heights of ninety feet in the air.
And read speeds between 53 and 62 miles per hour.
These divers are making their only United States stop this weekend and in a coin that was in Boston to experience things firsthand.
Even because here at your -- you're able to do a lot more lives in the air than than some of the others.
You're going to be doing what five somersaults right some probably one of the shortest tires on tour which is Mia you know a smaller radius being in the air so I -- the only -- -- But some results OK -- -- -- but Johnny gets.
And our deceit do it -- -- what what they've been having this is just a -- -- -- -- after we do the main domestic portion of our dive we usually do this maneuver.
To get to the -- safely -- -- that.
Let's see yet.
Here we down.
-- -- I think that's -- so -- -- thirty feet in the air right.
Now and I can I think I there's some kind of music -- but not vaguely O'Brien we're so proud.
And -- and and and and a it's the intrepid in equipment.
All right let's invest as an independent -- -- -- has only.
-- -- Out of school.
Cliff diving starts on Sunday at 1 o'clock in Boston.
-- you that that was spotted by astronauts on the International Space Station.
You can see the shiny -- as it travels through space it happened on Monday.
And NASA now says that that object just an antenna cover front -- service module that slipped off.
They have now classified it as space junk.
That's your morning box slash I'm Ainsley Earhardt.
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