A skydiver is not in freefall when they have opened their parachute. The move from free-fall to controlled decent under a wing.
The bullet would either hit or miss the target, depending on how good the aim of the first skydiver was. Since the shooter was in free fall, he would be pushed back and probably begin to rotate rapidly.
A skydiver. The International Space Station. Any TV satellite. The Moon.
why does a skydiver falls through the air at at steady speed because
The friction is the wind resistance the skydiver experiences during the free fall. If the body is held horizontal to the ground, arms and legs held out like a cross, the wind resistance increases and the body is slightly slower than if the skydiver turns vertical to the earth, as though diving off a diving board into a swimming pool. There is a terminal velocity of approximately 60 m/s for a typical skydiver in free fall.
at about 160 mph
It depend on how high he drops and when he pulls the chute.
Varies depending on body position and weight of the skydiver. Could be anywhere from 100 to over 200 miles per hour.
The spreading of the arms and legs slows the fall and gives the skydiver more control of the fall.
In October of 2012 daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner broke the free speed and altitude record. He dived from 128,000 feet and reached a speed that broke the sound barrier.