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Q:What is the world record for the highest altitude reached by a single kite in 1896?=A: 12,471 feet=
After the maximum altitude is reached the preesure is so much that the pilot cant go farther. If he goes more than the maximum altitude he will lose consiousness.
Inflight as in "inflight entertainment" is approximately when the aircraft has reached cruising altitude.
As altitude increases so air pressure reduces, until the limit of our atmosphere is reached. After which the vacuum of space is entered.
Yes, but he never reached the summit due to altitude sickness.
After the plane reached cruising altitude, the pilots engaged the autopilot feature.
Because it shall orbit above the atmosphere but still be at an altitude where it can be reached for repairs by astronauts.
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The problem was solved when Salamanca finally reached her mother's grave.
It was the quantum v12 made by french inventor Juliàn Moussÿ. it reached an altitude of 100 ft out of earth atmosphere
Dutchman Wim Hoff reached an altitude of 24,278ft on Mount Everest wearing a pair of shorts in 2007.
Yes, and you NEED to talk to your doctor, it is a serious problem if you haven't reached puberty by 16 let alone 21
Depends where in Glasgow you mean. By the Clydeside you are at sea level, out at Castlemilk near Cathkin Braes you'll have reached 100metres above sea level.
In 2007 Dutchman Wim Hoff reached an altitude of 24,278ft on Mount Everest wearing a pair of shorts.
Albert II, a rhesus monkey, became the first ever primate to reach space (altitude above 100 km) on the 14th of June 1949. his capsule reached an altitude of 134 km aboard a V-2 rocket.
provided the balloon has not reached its elastic limit (it has burst!), the air pressure inside and outside will essentially be equal. [The pressure inside will be slightly less, which is where the lift comes from.] But even at altitude, the pressure will be approximately equal in and out, for at altitude, the balloon will have swelled, thus reducing the internal pressure. It will eventually reach an altitude at which the internal pressure and the external pressure will be equal, and the balloon will have reached maximum expansion. Filled at sea level, a balloon will seem empty and floppy, and very tall and thin. At altitude the balloon will fill out as the external pressure reduces.
In the USSR, Marfusa the rabbit was aboard a suborbital rocket flight on July 2, 1959, and reached an altitude of 132 miles (212 km).
To fly them <><><> Besides recreation, kites have been used to lift radio antennae, to lift people that were military observers on a surfaced submarine, and to take high altitude air samples. An altitude record was reached by a kite of 23,111 ft in 1907 at Mt. Weather VA.
Sound !... Once they''d reached their operating altitude, the engines could be stopped - and the zeppelins were able to simply float along silently.
It allows you to see whether a certain point in the network can be reached, or not.It allows you to see whether a certain point in the network can be reached, or not.It allows you to see whether a certain point in the network can be reached, or not.It allows you to see whether a certain point in the network can be reached, or not.
Cake mixes contain special directions for use in high altitudes. Many marathon runners train at high altitudes to ensure optimal lung functioning in competitions. The pilot announced to the passengers and flight crew that the plane had reached a comfortable flying altitude.
In 1862 James Glashier and Henry Coxwell beat the world record for the highest altitude ever reached. The height that they achieved was 9,500 Meters!
P1294, target idle speed not reached.
By 1935, when a dust storm reached Chicago, the seriousness of the problem was widely known.
If all the radiation from space reached Earth we would all die in a matter of minuets