Kyle Gough posted on LiveLeak a few days ago the video of a close to life-size radio-controlled Superman being launched on a beach off of California’s Pacific Coast Highway. The footage has since gone viral and reveals just how much people really want to see Superman take to the skies.

Here’s what Gough wrote of what he saw:

I was cycling with my buddy down PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) and during our casual conversation … Superman flew by. We stopped, got off our bikes just in time to watch him land. After a quick battery change, I grabbed the only thing I had on me (my cell phone, sorry for the shit quality) and took some video of what is EASILY the coolest custom RC plane I’ve ever seen. [...] I don’t usually post to LiveLeak but I couldn’t keep this video to myself.

Video of Radio Controlled Superman Flying in California Goes Viral

(Image: YouTube screenshot)

Video of Radio Controlled Superman Flying in California Goes Viral

(Image: YouTube screenshot)

Video of Radio Controlled Superman Flying in California Goes Viral

(Image: YouTube screenshot)

Watch the footage:

This video has been reposted to YouTube several times with each getting tens of thousands of views.

After taking a gander at what’s on YouTube, it became clear that this isn’t the only Superman replica that’s been flow in recent years.

Here’s one where Superman lands in a field of crops. They attribute his unfortunate landing to a “kryptonite problem”:

Check out this one set to Superman’s theme song:

This one shows off an original design of an RC “man of steel”:

(H/T: Buzzfeed)