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  • Its height measures between ( absolute altitude ).
  • Absolute altitude is sometimes referred to as "'height "'because it is the height above the underlying terrain.
  • Pressure Sensors, also known as "'barometers "'measure relative and absolute altitude through the analysis of changing atmospheric pressure.
  • Cobb went on to set new world records for speed, distance, and absolute altitude while still in her twenties.
  • Enevoldson set the absolute altitude record for all turboprop aircraft in the prototype Egrett in 1988, as well as time-to-climb.
  • Beginning in 1959, it set 15 world records for in-flight performance, including an absolute speed record, and an absolute altitude record.
  • The erosive relief of the middle part of the mountains occupies absolute altitudes in a range of 1700 up to 3000 m.
  • The "'Potez 506 "'was a version of the Potez 501 French single engine observation aircraft, specially modified to capture the World absolute altitude record.
  • In January 1996, Bohannan climbed the aircraft to in 41 minutes and 35 seconds, setting class world time-to-climb, absolute altitude and altitude in horizontal flight records.
  • On 28 July 1976, SR-71 serial number 61-7962, piloted by then Capt . Robert Helt, broke the world record : an " absolute altitude record " of.
  • Paul Bikle flew the sole 1-23E to a world absolute altitude record of 46, 267 feet for a record gain of 42, 300 feet on 25 February 1961.
  • Due to this fact, Apollo 13 holds the absolute altitude record for a manned spacecraft, reaching a distance of from Earth on 7 : 21 pm EST, April 14, 1970.
  • *1958  US Navy Lieutenant-Commander George Watkins flies from Edwards Air Base in California to a world record absolute altitude within the atmosphere of 76, 932 feet in a Grumman F11 F-1 Tiger.
  • The current absolute altitude record for manned balloon flight was set at 34, 668 m ( 113, 739 ft ) on 4 May 1961 by USS " Antietam " in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • He was a member of the hot air balloon flight for the absolute altitude record ( 10, 064 m, Nov . 27, 2006 ), the distance and duration records ( Mar 3, 2007 ) in Lithuania.
  • One Astir ( now residing at the Steven F . Udvar-Hazy Center ), flown by Robert Harris, broke the world absolute altitude record at 49, 009 ft ( 14, 938 m ) on 17 February 1986.
  • The Lama possesses exceptional high altitude performance; on 21 June 1972, the type established a helicopter absolute altitude record of 12, 442 m ( 40, 814 ft ), a record which remained unbroken as of January 2017.
  • The maiden flight of 23 11 took place on 10 June 1967, flown by the famous MiG test pilot Alexander Vasilevich Fedotov ( who set the absolute altitude record in 1977 in a MiG-25 " Foxbat " ).
  • On 21 June 1972, a Lama with a single pilot ( Jean Boulet ) aboard established a helicopter absolute altitude record of 12, 442 m ( 40, 814 ft ), a record which still stands as of November 2016.
  • Shortly after its introduction, the Phantom set 16 world records, including an absolute speed record of 1, 606.342 miles per hour ( 2, 585.086 km / h ), and an absolute altitude record of 98, 557 feet ( 30, 040 m ).
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