Kate Upton experienced zero gravity flight with her bikinis for Sports Illustrated 2014 Swimsuit issue (50th Anniversary). Sports Illustrated decided to create an iconic issue for their 50th Anniversary and this lead Kate Upton to end up in zero gravity air plane. But Kate Upton was not wearing anything more than a tiny bikini and you can imagine the consequences of lack of gravity and her boobs!
And this experience costs $4950 per person! Actually this price figure is nothing for Sports Illustrated magazine, because the amount of media coverage and online content already compensated the cost. And also, we cannot ignore the zero gravity effect on Kate Upton’s boobs! Which was mentioned by TMZ!
If you want to see Kate Upton with zero gravity effect, go buy the Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary Issue from your iPad or closest store.
Zero gravity experience is conducted a company called Zero Gravity in USA. They have a specially designed Boeing 727 to experience zero gravity at the level of 34000 feet!
So how zero gravity works on earth? Here is the answer from the Zero Gravity:
Before starting a parabola, G-FORCE ONE flies level to the horizon at an altitude of 24,000 feet. The pilots then begins to pull up, gradually increasing the angle of the aircraft to about 45° to the horizon reaching an altitude of 34,000 feet. During this pull-up, passengers will feel the pull of 1.8 Gs. Next the plane is “pushed over” to create the zero gravity segment of the parabola. For the next 20-30 seconds everything in the plane is weightless. Next a gentle pull-out is started which allows the flyers to stabilize on the aircraft floor. This maneuver is repeated 12-15 times, each taking about ten miles of airspace to perform.
More details: http://www.gozerog.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=Experience.How_it_Works
Sports Illustrated and Zero G