Video: Human cannonballs are not launched from real cannons but special cannons that use either springs or compressed air. That doesn't mean it is not risky: They suffer accelerations of 7G and can fly over a distance of 59m. In fact, "more than 30 human cannonballs have died during the performance of this stunt."
This Is What Human Cannonballs See When They Get Launched
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