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What Felix Baumgartner saw: Red Bull Stratos live jump POV
- OCT 16, 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
- Red Bull Stratos
- About this Video
- Experience the moment Felix Baumgartner broke the sound barrier during his record-setting free fall in this exclusive POV video. Millions watched the Red Bull Stratos mission live, but for the first time footage has been released showing the breathtaking free fall in full, through the eyes of Felix himself, including the moment he almost lost control during a flat spin only to quickly recover.
On Sunday, the Austrian ascended to 128,100 feet in a stratospheric balloon and during free fall accelerated to 833.9 mph, achieving Mach 1.24. Using a camera positioned underneath his visor, viewers can now see what Felix saw.
For more information and reaction to this incredible and historic achievement visit www.redbullstratos.com
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