John Powell (JP Aerospace) takes us inside the command bridge of the synth mind submarine, Belavia. He converses with Bel, using naval command language and respect for polite confirmation of correct command.
The tandem airship flipped over, but this clip shows the swings in its climb to the record altitude of 95,085 feet for dirigible flight. Luckily, the new 4000 gram latex balloons held together until one of them burst (shown in another video). The tandem dropped out of the sky with one balloon still inflated. Thanks to Bob the hunter, tandem was found snagged on a bush in the remote Nevadan desert. Bob was seen from tandem’s canera even as he phoned us to report the strange object. – L Paul Turner
While JP Aerospace is all about using dirigibles to achieve space, the airship propulsion is by hybrid rocket. So, experience and experiments with rockets is as central to spacing out as is structural development of the airship. – L Paul Turner http://www.TheSpace Trade.com
I noticed the other rising traveler near peak altitude. I especially enjoyed the happy pillows as they seemed to smile (all the time) especially just before they crashed to earth.
From launch to balloon tatters to jarring landing at staccato tempo. And, JP explains balloon burst and size dynamics.
Launched from Area Trombone in the Nevadan desert, this HighRack had a crowded liftoff and a crash landing, as captured by onboard camera at moment of impact.
Sabine Hossenfelder gives an outstanding performance in the sardonic. Terraform Mars? I’ll get right on it. Here’s how in 3 simple steps.
See, the real story of space conquest in “The Space Trade Update.” Also on audible.com. Description at http://www.TheSpaceTrade.com
John M. Powell of JP Aerospace tells of an encounter with our truly dear Walter Koenig, the actor who gave us the first Pavel Chekov character in Star Trek .
The launch action starts at 1 hour 40 minutes into the video.