Red Half truths Stratos Job
by Mihaly Kiss
Dr . Patricia Nemeth
The need for the project
The purpose of the Reddish colored Bull Stratos mission should be to transcend individual limits. Supported by a crew of experts Felix Baumgartner ascended to 128, 100 feet in a stratospheric go up and made a freefall bounce rushing toward earth for supersonic rates before parachuting to the floor. His powerful feat on Oct. 13, 2012 contains the potential to provide valuable medical and scientific analysis data to get future pioneers.
The Reddish colored Bull Stratos team draws together the planet's leading thoughts in jetstream medicine, executive, pressure suit development, pills creation and balloon manufacturing. Retired Us Air Force Colonel Joseph Kittinger, previously placed the record jump from 102, 800 ft in 1960. It was during a period when no person knew if the human can survive a jump through the edge of space. Joe was a Captain in the U. S. Air Force and had already taken a balloon to 97, 000 feet in Project ManHigh and survived a drogue mishap throughout a jump by 76, four hundred feet in Excelsior I actually. The Excelsior III objective was his 33rd parachute jump.
Even though researching two extremes was section of the program's goals, setting documents wasn't the mission's purpose. Joe ascended in helium balloon introduced from the back of a truck. This individual wore a pressurized suit on the way up in an open, unpressurized gondola. Clinical data captured from Joe's jump was shared with U. S. study personnel intended for development of the space program. Today Felix and his specialized group want to take the fact that was learned from Joe's leaps more than 50 years in the past, and incorporate that with data obtained during Felix's supersonic freefall.
Introduction from the project
Reddish colored Bull Stratos was a space diving project involving Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner. In 14 Oct 2012, Baumgartner flew approximately 39 kms into the stratosphere over Fresh Mexico, Usa, in a helium balloon prior to free dropping in a...