“Don’t Worry, KFC’s Mission to Send a Zinger Chicken Sandwich to Near Space Will Still Happen” -Newsweek

Newsweek
Source Article

Summary: ” KFC Tech & Science Emails, and Alerts- Get the optimal ever of Newsweek Tech & Science delivered to your inbox The “KFC bucket satellite” shall be carried into the skies, for a four-day flight via a specially designed high-altitude hot air balloon. Those who really want to know when the sammy is headed to the skies should tune into KFC, and World View social channels. According to Space.com, the balloon will reach an altitude of 60,00 to 75,00 feet above Earth, just where nearly 20,00 KFC franchises now reside. And finally, in the tradition of 1970s empty space travel, aboard the satellite also shall be a gold cassette tape to broadcast Colonel Harland Sanders waxing poetic about his chicken. Funding a mission to send its deep-fried sensation out into near-space will provide useful information to World View, for future, more serious expeditions such as taking real mammals for a ride. World View Enterprises, the stratospheric exploration company that’s hosting the Zinger 1 Space Mission—“a mission to take KFC’s new spicy, crispy Zinger chicken sandwich to new heights”—blamed wind, for the grounding of its high-altitude Stratollite balloon system.”

You Must Be Signed In To Rate News Items

Register       Sign In

Make Your Voice Heard, Give Us Your Rating

Is The Source News Item Fake News?

Strongly Disagree

Disagree

Unsure

Agree

Strongly Agree

Does The Source News Item Have Bias?

Strongly Liberal

Leans Liberal

Unbias Objective

Leans Conservative

Strongly Conservative

Is The Source News Item Sensationalized?

Strongly Disagree

Disagree

Unsure

Agree

Strongly Agree


Please follow and like us: