Former NASA T engineer builds world’s strongest trampoline: Car bounces off 45-meter-high

I believe that many people in childhood must have such a question, the world’s “strongest trampoline” in the end how strong? A former NASA engineer gave the answer. Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer, spent six months with two others in a crazy stunt: throwing a car from 150 feet (45.7 meters) high to the “world’s strongest” trampoline,media reported.

In the video, a white car “bangs” from 45 metres into the oversized trampoline, slightly off the center of the trampoline, and bounces back. The car bounced on the trampoline twice, then spun and fell to the ground.

Eventually, the “crash scene” was a mess, the white car headlights were smashed and the bumper was damaged. It is worth mentioning that the trampoline caused almost no damage, only one of the springs bent and deformed.

The sturdy trampoline is understood to have been made of two tons of steel frames, three layers of ultra-thick Kevlar fibers, and 144 x 200kg springs, which took seven hours to assemble on site.

On the whole, the test results are satisfactory. Mark Robb has now shared the video on his YouToube channel.

Former NASA T engineer builds world's strongest trampoline: Car bounces off 45-meter-high

Former NASA T engineer builds world's strongest trampoline: Car bounces off 45-meter-high

Former NASA T engineer builds world's strongest trampoline: Car bounces off 45-meter-high

Former NASA T engineer builds world's strongest trampoline: Car bounces off 45-meter-high

Former NASA T engineer builds world's strongest trampoline: Car bounces off 45-meter-high