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Red Bull Stratos - The Full Story

Red Bull Stratos - The Full Story

October 14, 2012, Felix Baumgartner ascended more than 24 miles above Earth’s surface into the stratosphere with a helium balloon. Millions across the globe watched as he opened the door of the capsule, stepped off the platform, and broke the speed of sound while freefalling safely back to Earth. Felix set three world records that... Watch Video »
Life On The Edge: Exclusive Interview With Felix Baumgartner

Life On The Edge: Exclusive Interview With Felix B...

Prior to Felix Baumgartner’s world record skydive from 128,000ft, this exclusive interview with the Red Bull Stratos pilot highlights his extensive BASE jumping and skydiving history as he prepared himself for the final mission. Felix relives the challenges he has already successfully accomplished and reveals the philosophy that drives him to push himself further and... Watch Video »
Red Bull Stratos: Raw Chest Cam Footage Of Supersonic Skydive

Red Bull Stratos: Raw Chest Cam Footage Of Superso...

Here’s video from the Red Bull Stratos skydive that we’ve all been waiting for — raw headcam footage from Felix Baumgartner’s record breaking skydive from 128,000ft, where he breaks the sound barrier and recovers from a faaaaast flat spin at supersonic speed. Mach 1.24 in a spacesuit… just another day at the office for Felix. Watch Video »
Official Video: Felix Baumgartner's World Record Skydive From 128,000ft

Official Video: Felix Baumgartner's World Record S...

Mission accomplished! After flying to an altitude of more than 128,000 feet (39,000 meters) in a helium-filled balloon, Red Bull Stratos pilot Felix Baumgartner completed a record breaking skydive on October 14, 2012 from the edge of space (I know, I know… it’s not actually the edge of space, but their marketing team deserves to... Watch Video »
Red Bull Stratos: Historic Skydive From 128,000... Inches?!

Red Bull Stratos: Historic Skydive From 128,000......

Red Bull Stratos made history on October 14, 2012 when professional BASE jumper Felix Baumgartner set a new world record as the first human to skydive from 128,000 feet. Or was that inches? Whatever. I can’t confirm this is official footage, but I can confirm this is a 1:350 scale recreation of the historic jump.... Watch Video »
Felix Baumgartner's Top 5 Freefall Stunts

Felix Baumgartner's Top 5 Freefall Stunts

With a passion for expanding boundaries, professional BASE jumper and Red Bull Stratos pilot Felix Baumgartner has been living the dream for over 15 years. All the incredible jumps throughout his career have been whittled down to just 5 of the best, with a focus on his race against a plane, his BASE jump from... Watch Video »
Red Bull's Felix Baumgartner: The Man Behind The Parachute

Red Bull's Felix Baumgartner: The Man Behind The P...

Felix Baumgartner, the main guinea pig for the Red Bull Stratos project, speaks in this film about why he does what he does — why he pursues BASE with such passion and curiosity. When you hear him describe his inner peace when doing all the “crazy” stuff he does, you know he’s being real. That’s... Watch Video »
World Record 22-Mile Skydive Across English Channel

World Record 22-Mile Skydive Across English Channe...

Austrian-born Felix Baumgartner set a new world record on July 31, 2003 when he became the first person to cross the English Channel with a carbon wing. From 30,000 feet (9,144 meters), Felix soared 22 miles (35 km) across the entire stretch of water between England and France, hitting a top speed of 220 mph.... Watch Video »