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Originally posted by NOGODSINTHEUNIVERSE
if you can not read or understand what is written what are you doing on this forum ???
Kittinger followed this flight with two more. Excelsior II launched on December 11, 1959 and rose to a height of 74,700 before Kittinger left the gondola. His final flight in this series, Excelsior III, took place on August 16, 1960. Kittinger piloted his craft to an altitude of 102,800 feet before exiting the open gondola. On the descent Kittinger became the first man to exceed the Speed of Sound without an aircraft or space vehicle. It is still the highest parachute jump ever. The freefall lasted four minutes and thirty-six seconds, a record.
Originally posted by devilwasp
well it could be good for SF but i dont think it would get u past radar would confuse thier radar though
nice avatar mad man
Originally posted by Mirthful Me
AMM my post was directed at NoGods original post, not yours, sorry about the placement of the post, but I was actually researching (imagine that?) the problems of high speed high altitude non-emergent aircraft egress. By the time I finished the blood was in the water and the sharks were on the attack.