@KyleDepra - On the day the training and expert serves went down, I did this at LAX on casual. I got to about -300,000ft or so and then I jut pulled my yoke up gently and I started gaining VS until I was at 10,000,000ft and still climbing.
Never tried it but once ur “in space” can u get back and land?
No. You stall back down, spinning very fast.
I took this a few days ago
That’s earth 🌏
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I remember Laura saying that the moon is a physical object and not just a visual thing like the stars. Has anyone tried getting there? Pics or didn’t happen! :)
I think there is a YouTube video on it
I did it but the closes I can get to is 1.4 million Feet 280 miles above earth I wanna go out further 😂
If you keep spinning, I suggest stopping the flight and starting over. Once when I tried to go to space, I kept spinning for hours. I redid it and got to space in around 10 minutes.
Beta testers were using it a lot in the weeks leading up to global. It’s fine and I don’t think there’s any rush to get rid of it
Beautiful pic of Antarctica and south end of Australia!
Thank you so much
I’ve tried to do this several times but it never happened. :(
Can I do it in a 787?
If you can get to Mach 2 go Ahead, but I don’t know, it’s worth a try
If you reach top speed in an F-22, turn off autopilot and rise into a vertical climb, you should be able to make it. My record altitude is 163000 feet and from there you can see what you would see from a weather balloon. The edge of space is 130000 feet and when you breach that, you will have reached space! Have fun!