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An F-22 Raptor is seen climbing nearly vertically in the daytime sky. It suddenly slows its aggressive ascent to a mid-air stop, and then falls backwards toward the ground before gracefully exiting its mesmerizing plunge. The spectacle astonishes viewers and can be witnessed in the video below.
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"Yeah, let's just throw physics out the window," writes commenter @aly_allam.
"Most awesome aircraft in the sky," observes @gwx60.
"Absolutely amazing," says @stigaviation.
"The Raptor (F-22 for anyone who doesn’t know) is a beast with thrust vectoring," explains @0utiaw06. "I can’t wait until 2050 or 2035 when they might declassify the Raptor."
"Yeah, gravity doesn't apply to the Raptor," notes @gkoperczak.
"There's a reason this aircraft has been banned by Congress to be sold to any other country," remarks @zesphynx. "It is America's premier air superiority fighter."
"That jet is the most amazing thing I've ever seen in real life," praises @lupiarelatednonsense.
"I think he just moonwalked a jet," surmises @buttercorn12097.
"Don't mess with physics, you'll lose," proclaims @flim.flam.man. Unless you're an F-22."
Viewer of the video @zoey.zara.3 has a good way to summarize the astonishing demonstration. "Art in motion," the user says. "Beautiful."
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