Watch Space Jump from Felix Baumgartner's Point of View
Felix Baumgartner successfully completed the Red Bull Stratos mission on Sunday. He jumped from 128,100ft and reached Mach 1.24. For me it is still mind boggling to jump from that height. To get some idea what FelixBaumgartner did you have to watch the video below showing his point of view while free-falling to earth. The Red Bull Stratos mission published the 90 second video below that shows in hi-res the space jump in first person view.
There will be BBC documentary about the while Red Bull Stratos mission that will I assume have much more footage about the record breaking space jump. By the way Felix Baumgartner is now done beeing a dare devil. He is getting married to his girlfriend Nici Öttl, which can be dangerous too.
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