On Monday Felix Baumgartner will seek to break the sound barrier with his body
Felix Baumgartner is a daredevil. Not everyone is capable of being a paratrooper, let alone jump from 23 miles up in search not only break the Record skydiving, but also to seek to break the sound barrier with his body.
Baumgartner Next Monday will launch in Roswell, United States, from a height of 37 kilometers. To do resort to helium balloon world’s largest, which will raise a pressurized cabin to a height that is more than four times that of Mount Everest.
The giant globe require 10 people to inflate-for nearly an hour, with 834,500 meters cubic helium until it reaches a height of 101 meters. It is constructed of polyethylene and is quite fragile, it will have a thickness of 20 microns, the equivalent to a garbage bag of poor quality . Now that’s being reckless.
– Red Bull Meteorologist (Wired)
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