Felix Jumps At 128k feet! Red Bull Stratos - freefall from the edge of space

EXPERIMENT HOT PAN VS BATTERY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tt4PyMTm444 Copyright by Red Bull GmbH All credit goes to Red Bull GmbH Red Bull Stratos is a mission to the edge of space that will try to surpass human limits that have existed for more than 50 years. Supported by a team of experts, Felix Baumgartner will undertake a stratospheric balloon flight to more than 120,000 feet / 36,576 meters and make a record-breaking freefall jump in the attempt to become the first man to break the speed of sound in freefall (an estimated 690 miles / 1,110 kilometers per hour), while delivering valuable data for medical and scientific advancement.

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INSPIRATIONAL - Felix Baumgartner - Headcam footage space Jump!! FULL
Truly INSPIRATIONAL footage of Felix Baumgartner jumping from space. Felix Baumgartner, an Austrian daredevil skydiver, has become the only human being to beat the speed of sound (768 miles/hour) after skydiving from 128,100 feet above the earth at an incredible speed of 833 miles/hour. This video features slow motion and footage from Felix's chest camera while free-falling to earth on Oct. 14, 2012 Sunday and landing in New Mexico, USA. Felix spent 4 minutes 20 seconds in freefall before he released his parachute. Copyright owned by Felix Baumgartner and Red Bull Stratos. World Records: 833.9 mph (1,342.8 km/hr) - highest speed (faster than speed of sound: 768 mph) 128,100 ft (39.045 km, 24.26 miles ) - highest altitude 4 minutes 20 seconds - total freefall time without parachute 119,846 ft (36,529 meters) - total freefall distance without parachute ****************************************­***************** It's time to know the truth. There were no cameras during Jesus time but he left a 3D imprint on the shroud that lately 21st scientists have dated the cloth back in time of Jesus. For proof google search for "Shroud Of Turin Dated Back To Jesus' Time Period". Read this: http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/... Watch these documentary videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNJPJ4... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_voTiC... The footage, captured using body mounted GoPro cameras, gives a first person view of the epic space jump, which saw him freefall more than 24 miles. Baumgartner's amazing stunt, which broke multiple skydiving world records in October 2012, was broadcast live on the internet. But the newly released footage gives a whole new perspective on the jump, allowing viewers to watch the freefall as he would have seen it. Baumgartner, 43, reached a top velocity of 833.9 miles per hour, making him the first man to break the sound barrier in freefall. He is also set a new record for the highest ever jump, leaping from the capsule at 128,000 ft, as well as the highest ever manned balloon flight. Felix, 43, jumped from a tiny shelf outside the 11-by-8-foot fiberglass and acrylic capsule that was carried to 128,000 feet by an enormous balloon. Baumgartner's ascent into the stratosphere was in a capsule attached to a 30 million-cubic-foot (850,000-cubic-metre) plastic balloon, which was about the thickness of a dry cleaning bag. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/felix-baumgartner-new-video-daredev ils-3100797#ixzz2s4wTPXgP Follow us: @DailyMirror on Twitter | DailyMirror on Facebook





Watch: New footage of Fearless Felix space jump
Free-faller Felix Baumgartner joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his experience and new video of his record-breaking jump.





GoPro: Red Bull Stratos - The Full Story
October 14, 2012, Felix Baumgartner ascended more than 24 miles above Earth's surface to the edge of space in a stratospheric 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 free falling safely back to Earth. Felix set three world records that day—and inspired us all to reach beyond the limits of our own realities, and reimagine our potential to achieve the incredible.    GoPro was honored to be a part of this epic achievement, with seven HERO2 cameras documenting every moment. From the airless freeze of outer space, to the record-breaking free fall and momentous return to ground—see it all through Felix's eyes as captured by GoPro, and experience this incredible mission like never before. No one gets you closer than this. Shot 100% on the HD HERO2® camera from ‪http://GoPro.com. Music East of the River "Wilderness is Their Home Now" "Satellites" http://eastoftheriveruk.bandcamp.com/album/we-deserve-to-love-again Additional Music: Rhian Sheehan "Less Is Less" (Courtesy of ExtremeMusic) https://soundcloud.com/rsheehan/rhian-sheehan-ovunque Special Thanks Red Bull Ed Herlihy The Internet Archive http://archive.org





Felix Baumgartner - GoPro Footage 128K ft Space Jump Video from Red Bull
Felix Baumgartner, an Austrian daredevil skydiver, has become the only human being to beat the speed of sound (767 miles/hour) after skydiving from 127,852 feet (approx. 39 km) above the earth at an incredible speed of 843.75 miles/hour (1,357.6 kph). This video features slow motion and footage from Felix's chest camera while free-falling to earth on Oct. 14, 2012 Sunday and landing in New Mexico, USA. Felix spent 4 minutes 20 seconds in freefall before he released his parachute. Uncut headcam version "Fly with Baumgartner: Red Bull Stratos POV video" released on Oct 14, 2013 - http://www.redbull.com/en/adventure/stories/1331615604283/fly-with-felix-re d-bull-stratos-pov-video My channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/livehappy04 World Records set by Felix Baumgartner (1 meter = 3.2808 ft): Highest speed (faster than speed of sound: 767 mph) 843.75 mph (1,357.6 km/hr) Highest altitude at exit @jump 127,852.4 ft (38,969.9 meters/38.969 km/24.2 miles) Total freefall distance without parachute 119,431 ft (36,403 meters) Total freefall time without parachute 4 minutes 20 seconds ********************************************************* It's time to know the truth: There were no cameras during Jesus time but he left a 3D imprint on the shroud that lately 21st scientists have dated the linen cloth from Turin back in time of Jesus. For proof google search for "Shroud Of Turin Dated Back To Jesus' Time Period". Read this: http://www.redorbit.com/news/science/1112813130/shroud-of-turin-age-jesus-c hrist-032913/ Watch these documentary videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZcIn3PSGCc&list=PLmZiha-fUiYH0OE-_vDVzKtlM AFfPP3VG http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_voTiCTqv4Q&list=FLrZGPpB-OZyMd-0yBAvQMYA http://www.history.ca/treasures-decoded/video/full-episodes/the-turin-shrou d/video.html?v=120600643762#video/search/shroud%20of%20turin




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