In 1783, Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and François Laurent d'Arlandes flew the first successful flying machine ever. It was mainly used for spying for wars, to scout out enemy forces, and was the predecessor to the airplane.
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hi, im natalie
And I’m Jasper.So, have you ever wanted to go to space, without 2 times the force of Earth’s gravity, and not getting to have a good view of the Earth as you’re going up?
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So we’re here to present to you, a hot air balloon that can bring you to space!
Using diamond nanothreads and cold, or industrial/low-density plasma, we can make a hot air balloon travel to outer space, with some assistance from rockets.
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The eco-friendly material helps the sturdy but light balloon to reach space. Compared to Rockets that use up fuel, the hot air balloon will not emit many greenhouse gases