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LIVE!! Red Bull Stratos 120,000 FT freefall from the Edge of Space

 
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LIVE!! Red Bull Stratos 120,000 FT freefall from the Edge of Space
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
The Red Bull Stratos is a project conceived by several daredevils and scientists.The main objective of Stratos was to break a 52-year-old record for the longest successful human freefall. The record was set by Colonel Joe Kittinger after a freefall from 102,800 feet.

Decades later, Kittinger joined the Stratos team as an advisor to the project and mentor to Baumgartner throughout the mission.Stratos was launched with four primary objectives for Baumgartner: a freefall from the highest altitude (120,000 feet), the longest freefall time (5 minutes and 35 seconds), the highest manned balloon flight (120,000 feet) and being the first person to reach supersonic speeds in freefall.

The space suit Baumgartner will be wearing is crucial to his survival. If a breach of the suit occurs, some of the possible risks will include collapsing lungs, boiling blood, and eyes popping out of his head.
Although this mission might sound like a big-time effort for a high-octane adrenaline rush, there's a scientific purpose to it as well.

When Stratos blasts off into the atmosphere, it will help to develop new types of space suits, create a procedure for human exposure to high acceleration and altitude, test new parachute systems, and discover the effects of supersonic speeds on the human body.

Roswell, NM has hosted Stratos mission control throughout much of the project. Baumgartner's capsule was launched using a high-altitude balloon from a desert area near the city.

You can watch the jump as it happens live here.
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]

Last Edited by curiousleo74 on 10/10/2012 10:47 AM
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Re: LIVE!! Red Bull Stratos 120,000 FT freefall from the Edge of Space
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
The Red Bull Stratos is a project conceived by several daredevils and scientists.The main objective of Stratos was to break a 52-year-old record for the longest successful human freefall. The record was set by Colonel Joe Kittinger after a freefall from 102,800 feet.

Decades later, Kittinger joined the Stratos team as an advisor to the project and mentor to Baumgartner throughout the mission.Stratos was launched with four primary objectives for Baumgartner: a freefall from the highest altitude (120,000 feet), the longest freefall time (5 minutes and 35 seconds), the highest manned balloon flight (120,000 feet) and being the first person to reach supersonic speeds in freefall.

The space suit Baumgartner will be wearing is crucial to his survival. If a breach of the suit occurs, some of the possible risks will include collapsing lungs, boiling blood, and eyes popping out of his head.
Although this mission might sound like a big-time effort for a high-octane adrenaline rush, there's a scientific purpose to it as well.

When Stratos blasts off into the atmosphere, it will help to develop new types of space suits, create a procedure for human exposure to high acceleration and altitude, test new parachute systems, and discover the effects of supersonic speeds on the human body.

Roswell, NM has hosted Stratos mission control throughout much of the project. Baumgartner's capsule was launched using a high-altitude balloon from a desert area near the city.

You can watch the jump as it happens live here.
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
 Quoting: curiousleo74


A LIVE webcast of the Red Bull Stratos will be live streamed at [link to youtube.com] and [link to redbullstratos.com]

Red Bull Stratos is a mission to the edge of space that will try to surpass human limits that have existed for more than 50 years. Supported by a team of experts, Felix Baumgartner will undertake a stratospheric balloon flight to more than 120,000 feet / 36,576 meters and make a record-breaking freefall jump in the attempt to become the first man to break the speed of sound in freefall (an estimated 690 miles / 1,110 kilometers per hour), while delivering valuable data for medical and scientific advancement.
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Re: LIVE!! Red Bull Stratos 120,000 FT freefall from the Edge of Space
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
The Red Bull Stratos is a project conceived by several daredevils and scientists.The main objective of Stratos was to break a 52-year-old record for the longest successful human freefall. The record was set by Colonel Joe Kittinger after a freefall from 102,800 feet.

Decades later, Kittinger joined the Stratos team as an advisor to the project and mentor to Baumgartner throughout the mission.Stratos was launched with four primary objectives for Baumgartner: a freefall from the highest altitude (120,000 feet), the longest freefall time (5 minutes and 35 seconds), the highest manned balloon flight (120,000 feet) and being the first person to reach supersonic speeds in freefall.

The space suit Baumgartner will be wearing is crucial to his survival. If a breach of the suit occurs, some of the possible risks will include collapsing lungs, boiling blood, and eyes popping out of his head.
Although this mission might sound like a big-time effort for a high-octane adrenaline rush, there's a scientific purpose to it as well.

When Stratos blasts off into the atmosphere, it will help to develop new types of space suits, create a procedure for human exposure to high acceleration and altitude, test new parachute systems, and discover the effects of supersonic speeds on the human body.

Roswell, NM has hosted Stratos mission control throughout much of the project. Baumgartner's capsule was launched using a high-altitude balloon from a desert area near the city.

You can watch the jump as it happens live here.
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
 Quoting: curiousleo74

It's almost showtime!
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They are! It is!
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UH OH... Gusty winds are back...Aborted
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Re: LIVE!! Red Bull Stratos 120,000 FT freefall from the Edge of Space
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
The Red Bull Stratos is a project conceived by several daredevils and scientists.The main objective of Stratos was to break a 52-year-old record for the longest successful human freefall. The record was set by Colonel Joe Kittinger after a freefall from 102,800 feet.

Decades later, Kittinger joined the Stratos team as an advisor to the project and mentor to Baumgartner throughout the mission.Stratos was launched with four primary objectives for Baumgartner: a freefall from the highest altitude (120,000 feet), the longest freefall time (5 minutes and 35 seconds), the highest manned balloon flight (120,000 feet) and being the first person to reach supersonic speeds in freefall.

The space suit Baumgartner will be wearing is crucial to his survival. If a breach of the suit occurs, some of the possible risks will include collapsing lungs, boiling blood, and eyes popping out of his head.
Although this mission might sound like a big-time effort for a high-octane adrenaline rush, there's a scientific purpose to it as well.

When Stratos blasts off into the atmosphere, it will help to develop new types of space suits, create a procedure for human exposure to high acceleration and altitude, test new parachute systems, and discover the effects of supersonic speeds on the human body.

Roswell, NM has hosted Stratos mission control throughout much of the project. Baumgartner's capsule was launched using a high-altitude balloon from a desert area near the city.

You can watch the jump as it happens live here.
[link to www.redbullstratos.com]
 Quoting: curiousleo74


They are giving it another try this morning
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