Interesting engineering

I came across this piece and thought you would like it too.

Can you survive diving off the iss

Spoiler alert. It would take 2.5 years๐Ÿ˜€

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16 thoughts on “Interesting engineering

  1. ladysighs says:

    Is this a generic me?
    Or the geriatric me?


  2. The trick is to get a good push in the direction opposite of the ISS’s orbital direction. It wouldn’t take much (200 mph I think) to accelerate your orbital decay. Of course, then there’s the little detail of surviving an orbital reentry.


  3. Barry says:

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  4. john zande says:

    Well, that’s a relief! I’ve been losing sleep over this for months now.

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  5. Nan says:

    How in the world did you come across this article? Are you looking into jumping out of an airplane sometime in the near future?


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