- FEB 24, 2010
- Felix Baumgartner
- About this Video
- When Felix Baumgartner jumps from 36km up in the atmosphere for the Red Bull Stratos experiment, it will be a true jump into the unknown. No one quite understands what the effects will be of Felix freefalling through the sound barrier and then back again to subsonic speeds… Some of the project's key players explain the processes involved.
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