Robar said that he started this trip less than three years ago. He also said that he did not know that this was a physically, financially and emotionally draining video. Explaining his plan.. ‘The plan was to attach an egg to the front of the rocket, attach the rocket to a weather balloon and take it into space. Once there, the balloon would release it.. Using gravity alone, the rocket would eventually break the speed of sound past Mach 1, and the rear four It adjusts its wings by itself and reaches the destination at a height of 300 feet… from there it releases the egg… which falls on the mattress we have placed on the ground’, he said.
At first this test failed and the eggs cracked. So he took the advice of his friend Adam Stelzner, who was the chief engineer of the project to bring the Mars sample safely to Earth. Stelzner identified a fatal flaw in the experiment. After understanding these changes, Robber completely overhauled the old design and worked for several months to create the Curiosity Lander prototype system.
Explaining the new plan.. “We are still going into space with a weather balloon.. but this time the rocket will have fixed wings.. It will be three times the length and four times the weight. On the way down, we bring the egg down at supersonic speed without breaking it,” he said.
“When the rocket is launched we phase separate it in the upper atmosphere of the Earth’s orbit and we break the sound barrier and separate it half way behind the rocket, like NASA, to increase the power and speed… It is now very light weight. It naturally reduces its speed to a low terminal velocity without any error. He said. When it was shared on YouTube on November 25, it was trending. It has received 18 million views so far.
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