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Red Bull STRATOS

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mahmoud abu arrah

on 5 November 2012

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Transcript of Red Bull STRATOS

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Red Bull STRATOS Felix Baumgartner is attempting the biggest freefall ever WHY ? He would be the first human to reach the speed of sound in free fall

it's going to be the highst free fall ever

And the longest as well FACTS 1130 KM/H
36 KM
Recorded by Felix 965 KM/H
31 KM
AIRLINER ..BY Joe Kittinger 200KM/H
<30 KM
normal SKYDIVERS when felix is jump he will face atemperature of (-56 celecius) but while speeding up he will have to deal with ateperature equavelant of 200 high-power hair dryers pointing at him. In order to survive ,he need a protective suit to reach the speed of sound .he only needs 35 seconds Prepared By: Mahmoud Abu Arrah
Ms.Mai THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION

For more information visit: www.redbullstratos.com Any questions? Red Bull Stratos was a space diving project involving Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner. On 14 October 2012. Scientific benefits

testing new equipment ..pressure suit and helmet

to improve the safety for space professionals as well as potential space tourists

The project provided data for the development of high-performance, high-altitude parachute systems.
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