RC plane sent to edge of space

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+28 1. hdwg commented 10 years ago

This guy really did his homework before he attemted this. Too bad it didn't go perfectly, but I bet he learned enough to make it work correctly the next time.
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+8 2. enuffsanuff commented 10 years ago

I agree #1, but the question I have is this...when attempting something like this do you have to get autherization from the FAA or local governments to do this? I mean the possibility of hitting an aircraft is definetly a real chance. Loved the planes video feed. Good job.
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-3 3. loadme commented 10 years ago

video quality is so bad, when the images are so amazing.
and again, the super huge snotr logo :S
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+6 4. MajorIdea commented 10 years ago

Very cool. Although why he wouldn't wait for a clear day is beyond me.
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+1 5. dogfish commented 10 years ago

why is the earth a concave, hollow shape thing from space?
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+3 6. stretchpadawan commented 10 years ago

#5 I expect that would be the fusheye lense effect from the camera
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+1 7. MindTrick commented 10 years ago

Around 2:40 you can see that the lens cannot decide, the earth gets "bent", why is that?
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+3 8. cosminb commented 10 years ago

#7 take a look at this picture, depicting a fish-eye lens effect: http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8157/7651954518_3cffd6d6bb_z.jpg

You can see that one building is bent one way, the other building is bent the other way. This is because they're on opposite sides of the center of the lens. If you move the camera so that the buildings are on the same side compared to the center of the image, they will be bent in the same way (one more than the other). I hope this makes sense...
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0 9. MeesterP commented 10 years ago

Nice vibin' music!
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+1 10. herial commented 10 years ago

#2 weather baloobs are very common in the air! so are the birds! you cant ground them! ;) it si a chance for accident but it's negligible factor indeed!
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-2 11. MrLogical commented 10 years ago

#7 This occurs because he uploaded the video to youtube and checked a feature that says 'stop jitters' (or something like that). This causes videos to be odd like that. Here is a video of my playing guitar with the same feature checked. You will see how odd things look in the background: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6Sp41NoZp0