Felix Baumgartner will forever be remembered for his record-breaking 24.5-mile jump from space on Oct. 14, 2012. And now there is brand new first-person camera footage of his awe-inspiring feat. Watch the video right here!
Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner became the first man in history to break the sound barrier in freefall after skydiving almost 25 miles to Earth from the edge of space. In newly released footage of Felix’s descent, we can take the plunge right along with him, and see everything he saw during his death-defying freefall.
Felix jumped took the longest jump of his life when leaping from outer space! But that’s not the only crazy jump he’s taken. Read on to find out more about ALL of his craziest stunts!
Austrian professional skydiver Felix Baumgartnet is a fearless man. While he’s recently made headlines for jumping 24 miles high from space to Earth, the adrenaline junkie has long list of crazy accomplishments behind him .
How scary! Felix plunged down to Earth in a 25 mile free fall on Oct. 14, breaking the sound barrier! But before he landed, he was in a DANGEROUS ‘death spin.’
Felix Baumgartner hit mach 1.24 as he plummeted to Earth from 128,000 feet, a feat he had been planning for five years! One tiny error could have made his blood boil and his brain explode. Almost ending in tragedy, Felix was sickeningly spinning head-over-heels for minutes before regaining control of the fall — so scary.
Felix skydived 24.5 miles down to Earth on Oct. 14! Can YOU believe it?
Felix Baumgartner will forever be remembered in history as he made the highest jump ever — more than 127,000 feet above the New Mexico desert!