An ex-NASA engineer made the decision to test the effects of an egg space crash. YouTuber Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer, has already conducted an experiment in which he dropped an egg from the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world’s highest structure.
He added that he wasn’t happy with the most recent egg drop experiment because people often construct taller structures.
Egg Experiment in Space
He made the decision to send an egg into space to secure the future of his well-known experiment. Was the egg still alive, though?
Rober is suffering financially, physically, and emotionally as a result of the egg space crash experiment. He has a scheme where he clamps an egg in front of a rocket. This tiny aircraft will be connected to a space-capable balloon.
The rocket would then be released by the weather balloon after that. From then, the acceleration would rise to a point where it could exceed the speed of sound.
The rocket will have four fins as well, which will enable the former NASA engineer and his crew to control the rocket and target it at a mattress to catch the egg.
The mattress utilized by Mark’s group was larger than typical mattresses. They estimated the required size to keep the egg safe during impact.
Ex-NASA Engineer’s Experiments
Rober’s official YouTube video demonstrated that the rocket was capable of reaching space. But the egg was dropped from a height of 100,000 feet.
Fans still regard the experiment as astounding, especially since the egg survived, even if the egg was not actually dropped from the height of space.
However, several professionals are disputing Rober’s egg space crash test. They want to know whether the egg was a hard-boiled egg or a real one. Many people continued to trust the results even though Rober failed to successfully crack the egg after the film.
The former NASA engineer already holds two Guinness World Records, so this is the case. The largest elephant toothpaste fountain is in first place, while the most dominoes tumbled in one hour are in second.