Does the coriolis force has any measurable effect in free fall from large heights?
Take for example the sky diving experiment by F. Baumgartner who started from a height of about 40 km above New Mexico. Does the coriolis force has any measurable effect in this experiment?
I think there should be a deviation to the east and another one to the south (which should be smaller in size). But I don't have an idea how large the deviation would be.
How can one calculate the size of the deviations?