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Oct 30, 2019

[Answer] 1. After free falling for approximately 3.5 minutes, Baumgartner reached terminal velocity where he fell down at a constant velocity with no acceleration. What caused this?

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...1. Ultraviolet and infrared rays 2. Water vapor molecules from the cloud 3. Air resistance from the atmosphere 4. Sunlight The gravity of Earth is approximately 9.8 meters per second square. However, because of the air resistance or drag created by the atmosphere, a falling object will reach its terminal velocity. Baumgartner performed his skydive at 24 miles above the sea level where there were very few gas molecules there. The absence of gas molecules helped him accelerate and break the sound barrier before he reached the terminal velocity.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "1. After free falling for approximately 3.5 minutes, Baumgartner reached terminal velocity where he fell down at a constant velocity with no acceleration. What caused this?"



Air resistance from the atmosphere:


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