The Felix Baumgartner record breaking space jump actually was more impressive than the initial numbers suggested. The final numbers are now here and Red Bull published a cool CGI video of the space jump with the final speeds and heights. Watch the video below.
Cool Felix Baumgartner Space Jump Final Findings CGI Video Released
Felix Baumgartner reach faster speeds during free fall as initially thought. The analysis of the Stratos Space Jump revealed that Felix Baumgartner reached 1,357.6km/h (843.6mph) during free fall. This number is about 10km/h higher. The Austrian Daredevil performed the record breaking space jump on October 14, 2012. Red Bull published a cool 3 minute video that presents the final numbers of the space jump in a CGI animation of the jump. Watch it below.
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