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Do atmospheric physics prevent hot air balloons from ascending over 60,000ft?
I was reading the altitude records for hot air balloons on Wikipedia, and noted that the max hot air balloon altitude was about 60,000ft. It didn't really say if there was a reason why. I know that ...
Nov 24 '11 at 21:46
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