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igherthan25,000feet7,620meters.Itmightnotbethemoon,butKittingerfreefellfrom102,800feetin1960atthedawnofaninfamousspaceracethatcapturedtheheartsofmany.Baumgartnerwillattempttobreakthatrecord,afeatthatbogglesthemind.ThisisoneofthosemonumentalmomentsIwillalwaysremember,becausethereisnowayIdmissthis.专业好文档4EditorsnoteJudsonJonesisameteorologist,journalistandphotographer.HehasfreelancedwithCNNforfouryears,coveringsevereweatherfromtornadoestotyphoons.FollowhimonTwitterjnjonesjrCNNIwillalwayswonderwhatitwasliketohuddlearoundashortwaveradioandthroughthecracklingstaticfromspacehearthefaintbeepsoftheworldsfirstsatelliteSputnik.IalsomissedwatchingNeilArmstrongstepfootonthemoonandthefirstspaceshuttletakeoffforthestars.Thoseeventswerewaybeforemytime.Asakid,Iwasfascinatedwithwhatgoesoninthesky,andwhenNASApulledtheplugontheshuttleprogramIwasheartbroken.Yettheprivatizedspaceracehasrenewedmychildhooddreamstoreachforthestars.Asameteorologist,Ivestillseenmanyimportantweatherandspaceevents,butrightnow,ifyouweresittingnexttome,youdhearmyfoottappingrapidlyundermydesk.ImanxiousforthenextoneaspacecapsulehangingfromacraneintheNewMexicodesert.ItslikethesetforaGeorgeLucasmoviefloatingtotheedgeofspace.YouandIwillhavethechancetowatchamantakealeapintoanunimaginablefreefallfromtheedgeofspacelive.ThelackofairupthereWatchmanjumpfrom96,000feetTuesday,IsatatworkgluedtothelivestreamoftheRedBullStratosMission.Iwatchedtheballoonspositionedatdifferentaltitudesintheskytotestthewinds,knowingthatiftheywouldjustlineupinaverticalstraightlinewewouldbegoforlaunch.IfeelthismissionwascreatedformebecauseIamalsoajournalistandaphotographer,butaboveallIlivefortakingaleapoffaiththefeelingofpushingtheenvelopeintounchartedterritory.Theguywhoisgoingtodothis,FelixBaumgartner,musthavethatsamefeeling,atalevelIwillneverreach.However,itdidnotstopmefromfeelinghispainwhenagustofswirlingwindkickedupandtwistedthepartiallyfilledballoonthatwouldtakehimtotheupperendofouratmosphere.Assoonasthe40acreballoon,withskinnothickerthanadrycleaningbag,scrapedthegroundIknewitwasover.Howclaustrophobiaalmostgroundedsupersonicskydiver专业好文档5Witheachtwist,youcouldseethewrinklesofdisappointmentonthefaceofthecurrentrecordholderandcapcomcapsulecommunications,Col.JoeKittinger.HehunghisheadlowinmissioncontrolashetoldBaumgartnerthedisappointingnewsMissionaborted.ThesupersonicdescentcouldhappenasearlyasSunday.Theweatherplaysanimportantroleinthismission.Startingattheground,conditionshavetobeverycalmwindslessthan2mph,withnoprecipitationorhumidityandlimitedcloudcover.Theballoon,withcapsuleattached,willmovethroughthelowerleveloftheatmospherethetropospherewhereourdaytodayweatherlives.ItwillclimbhigherthanthetipofMountEverest5.5miles/8.85kilometers,driftingevenhigherthanthecruisingaltitudeofcommercialairliners5.6miles/9.17kilometersandintothestratosphere.Ashecrossestheboundarylayercalledthetropopause,hecanexpectalotofturbulence.Theballoonwillslowlydrifttotheedgeofspaceat120,000feet22.7miles/36.53kilometers.Here,FearlessFelixwillunclip.Hewillrollbackthedoor.Then,Iwouldassume,hewillslowlystepoutontosomethingresemblinganOlympicdivingplatform.Below,theEarthbecomestheconcretebottomofaswimmingpoolthathewantstolandon,butnottoohard.Still,hellbetravelingfast,sodespitethedistance,itwillnotbelikedivingintothedeependofapool.Itwillbelikeheisdivingintotheshallowend.SkydiverprepsforthebigjumpWhenhejumps,heisexpectedtoreachthespeedofsound690mph1,110kphinlessthan40seconds.Likehittingthetopofthewater,hewillbegintoslowasheapproachesthemoredenseairclosertoEarth.Butthiswillnotbeenoughtostophimcompletely.Ifhegoestoofastorspinsoutofcontrol,hehasastabilizationparachutethatcanbedeployedtoslowhimdown.Histeamhopesitsnotneeded.Instead,heplanstodeployhis270squarefoot25squaremetermainchuteatanaltitudeofaround5,000feet1,524meters.Inordertodeploythischutesuccessfully,hewillhavetoslowto172mph277kph.Hewillhaveareserveparachutethatwillopenautomaticallyifhelosesconsciousnessatmachspeeds.Evenifeverythinggoesasplanned,itwont.Baumgartnerstillwillfreefallataspeedthatwouldcauseyouandmetopassout,andnoparachuteisguaranteedtoworkhigherthan25,000feet7,620meters.Itmightnotbethemoon,butKittingerfreefellfrom102,800feetin1960atthedawnofaninfamousspaceracethatcapturedtheheartsofmany.Baumgartnerwillattempttobreakthatrecord,afeatthatbogglesthemind.ThisisoneofthosemonumentalmomentsIwillalwaysremember,becausethereisnowayIdmissthis.

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