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Red Bull STRATOS

The most awesome freefall ever! By Lili Popper & Bas Landsbergen
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Lili Popper

on 25 August 2015

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Transcript of Red Bull STRATOS

Felix Baumgartner
FELIX
35 SECONDS
700 MPH
1130 KM/H
AIRLINER
600 MPH
965 KM/H
SKYDIVERS'
120 MPH
200 KM/H
is attempting the biggest freefall ever
CREDITS
WHY?
He would be the first human to reach the speed of sound in freefall.
It's going to be the highest freefall ever.
And the longest as well...
FACTS
TO REACH THE SPEED OF SOUND, HE ONLY NEEDS
PRETTY EXCITING, HUH?
For more information visit
http://www.redbullstratos.com
http://www.redbullstratos.com/science/scientific-values/
http://www.redbullstratos.com/handlers/thumb.ashx?image=~/media/26219-390x250_RBST_FBAUM_JM_0003.jpg&altimage=~/assets/images/placeholder.png&width=390
GOOD LUCK, FELIX!!
From our side, we wish you
Have a safe flight!
: )
normally reaches
an
normal
speed
is attempting
In 1960
he jumped
from
100,000 feet
31 km
Felix is jumping off a height of 120,000 feet
36 km
When Felix jumps, he will face
But while speeding up he will have to deal with a temperature equivalent of 200 high-power hairdryers pointing
at him.
a temperature of
-70° Fahrenheit
(-56° Celsius)
The current record holder is
Joe Kittinger
In order to survive, he needs a protective suit
The entire freefall
will take 20 mins
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