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Felix vs Joe: Red Bull Stratos
- SEP 6, 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
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- In 1960, Colonel Joe Kittinger set a record for the highest freefall in history. Currently, BASE jumper Felix Baumgartner is doing everything in his command to break this record -- and Joe is on board to help. Find out about the technical differences between Joe's jump and Felix's Red Bull Stratos mission and about the friendship between two space cadets testing the limits of physics and material.
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