Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Messi in space

Barcelona player Lionel Messi visited yesterday the Space Needle,
an iconic Seattle building built in 1962.

read more about the visit here

pictures:
fcbarcelona.cat







8 comments:

sho said...

whatever you do, dont drop trying to chase the ball.

lol

gio said...

Men I Am so upset because I was going to se them Live but I can't o well Foca Barca 4 ever, I live about 10 Hours from there but MR money is not here, anyways FC Barca 4 ever en las buenas y en las malas DJ GIOVANNI XBOX Live

Sune said...

I wonder what would happen if he dropped the ball from up there?
Would it jump or explode when it hit the ground?

peter said...

"I wonder what would happen if he dropped the ball from up there?
Would it jump or explode when it hit the ground?"

Exactly my first thought! Or if it landed on someone?

If i bounced, how high would it bounce?

Marcus said...

I think the ball would explode. Given that the airresistens is low (the ball have good aerodynamics) the ball would hit the ground at roughly at 200 km/h if my head calculations are right...

Sune said...

Somebody write Mythbusters :)

Marcus, I think 200 km/h is a bit too much, I would think a balls terminal velocity is lower than a humans because it has lower mass. Maybe 150-160 km/h

Anonymous said...

I think it would bounce... a strong strike can probably reach around 150 km/h.

Anonymous said...

HE IS LEO MESSI he won't drop it so don't bother urself giving possibilities XD

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