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Felix Baumgartner - 8.October 2012 - jump from 36 km...

by gkaefer » Tue Sep 25, 2012 4:21 pm

live on servus TV (free HD program on air on Astra Satellite): Monday 8.October 2012 live transmission starting with 9:00am (UTC+1)

highest jump, longest free fall, first free fall faster than speed of sound...

source: http://www.servustv.com/cs/Satellite?c=ST_Article&cid=1259450497625&p=1259405221757&pagename=Stratos%2FLayout
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EDIT: 14.10.2012: the livestreeming on youtube of the first try on Tuesday Oct.9/2012 did a next world record-breaking: it was the largest live streaming with the most viewers ever on youtube
and it was the world largest manned ballon ever used
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by gkaefer » Tue Oct 09, 2012 12:21 pm

24h delay because of wind conditions in Roswell
now live on TV
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by HansKeesom » Tue Oct 09, 2012 9:40 pm

He was afraid the wind would blow him so far out of place , that he would land beside the earth and fall into hell? ;-)
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by gkaefer » Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:53 pm

had time today to spend some hours watching the event on TV.
its amazing to see hours of 0.7m/s wind and even less and while capsule entry procedure you could hear the discussion on radio between Felix and Joe Kittinger about problems to get the radio up and running and than after they decided to close the capsule and ignoring that 50% of radio capacity has failed a wind gust did press the ballon to the floor - its like an guardian angel did say - hey try it next time...
Georg

PS: its expected that the published planned height of 120.000 feet / 36576m will be finally exceeded to 131233 feet / 40000m to be finally be able to surpass mach 1.1 speed while freefall. Because of the delay from several weeks the day temperatures are now lower and now this height is possible/needed (?) with same size of ballon.
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by gkaefer » Sun Oct 14, 2012 12:28 pm

ok today next try...

live on ServusTV (HD) channel on Astra Satellite (Europe) - onair since 1.5 hours...

live on youtube: countdouwn says 2 hours to go:
http://www.youtube.com/redbull

Georg

EDIT: wow - what an event. congrats!

highest jump:
from 39045m

longest free fall (wihtout stabilization parashoot):
36500m (from jump to opening of parachute) - 4min 20 sec. free fall
Joe Kittingers record of 4min 32 sec was not broken, but FAI counts this as seperate record because Joes jump was with stabilization parashute

first free fall faster than speed of sound: with 373m/s = 1342,8km/h = mach 1.24

and from FAI not accounted as record: the biggest manned balloon filled with 850.000 cubic meter helium
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