So far, three test flights of the SS2 have only managed altitude of around 71,000ft - approximately 13 miles.
Financially, the ft is still recovering from the dramatic hit all media organizations took in 2008.
He said that the idea of someone leaping from 400,000ft was "completely insane".
Since it's paywalled and the photos are by an ft photographer, that doesn't mean much if you aren't a subscriber.
"Status symbol" isn't a word recently associated with the newspaper industry, but the ft has been an anomaly.
With bolt ties the forms can be filled to a depth of 15 to 20 ft with sloppy concrete.
Eac sum ymesene man mid wope his ft gesohte, biddende his hle.
He astah of heofonum for middangeardes alysednysse, and wron fori his ft nier awende.
The locks are 200 ft. long in the clear between the gates, and 45 ft wide in the chamber at the bottom.
Hrae li t heafod adne, gif a ft hit ne feria; and hrae ealle a lima togdere forweora, gif a handa ne do one bigleofan am mue.
ft. or ft
Latin fiat, fiant (let there de done; let there be made)
Abbreviation of foot