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Red Bull Stratos: 24 hours before launch
- OCT 8, 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
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- Red Bull Stratos is expected to launch Tuesday morning in clear skies and Felix Baumgartner has 24 hours before he enters the capsule that will carry him 120,000 feet into the stratosphere. See how he will spend them and prepare his mind and body for his supersonic descent.
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