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Yes it´s flat: Chinese-built solar drone 'Rainbow' reaches 20,000 meters high

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7 minutes ago, RabidWolf said:

Not to put too fine a point on it but, 20,000 meters is little over 65,000 feet.

You're correct!  

It's also approximately 30,000 feet or 5.6 miles higher than the widely accepted altitude needed to see curvature.  Though, 35k feet does need 60 degree field of view.  Not sure what this camera is, but it is almost twice the altitude needed.  

15 minutes ago, RabidWolf said:

About half of the maximum altitude of a weather balloon.

Correct again!!!  Man, you are on a roll.  

Some weather balloons reach over 120,000 feet.  An incredible 22.7 miles.  Here is an example of just that.  

 

22 minutes ago, RabidWolf said:

The standards for "proof" seem to be diminishing for this flat earth hypothesis.

Buuurrrnnn.... Ouchy. 

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6 hours ago, RabidWolf said:

I know.

lmao

They are all wrong...I have proof that the earth is a square....

take my word for it....trust me....

what could go wrong...

here...hold my beer...I'm going in.

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7 hours ago, Walk Softly said:

Some weather balloons reach over 120,000 feet.  An incredible 22.7 miles.  Here is an example of just that.  

 

 

If you like that one you may appreciate this one: two cams : - one fish - one regular lense. Panoramic views.

What interests me in particular is the way the sunlight is projected in a seemingly very local way.

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44 minutes ago, Siriusly said:

What interests me in particular is the way the sunlight is projected in a seemingly very local way.

Yes, it is peculiar given a 93 million mile distance from earth and its diameter being about 110 times larger than earth's... 

I love watching those high altitude videos.  Even the go pro ones.  

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8 hours ago, Walk Softly said:

You're correct!  

It's also approximately 30,000 feet or 5.6 miles higher than the widely accepted altitude needed to see curvature.  Though, 35k feet does need 60 degree field of view.  Not sure what this camera is, but it is almost twice the altitude needed.  

Correct again!!!  Man, you are on a roll.  

Some weather balloons reach over 120,000 feet.  An incredible 22.7 miles.  Here is an example of just that.  

 

Buuurrrnnn.... Ouchy. 

The Earth looks different here at 128,000 ft. I smell shenanigans.:coffeetime:

 

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23 minutes ago, FredoIsSmart said:

The Earth looks different here at 128,000 ft. I smell shenanigans.:coffeetime:

 

I don't see any shenanigans... Especially considering the earth's surface is 71% water and all you can see is land.  Nope. Nothing fishy happening there! 

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2 hours ago, Walk Softly said:

Nothing fishy happening there! 

Except "fishy" lence :gsbrnint:

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