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Red Bull Stratos 2012: First Manned Test Flight Completed - Video
- 16 MAR 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
- About this Video
- On March 15 at 8:10am local time, Felix Baumgartner and the Red Bull Stratos team successfully completed the project's first manned test flight at Roswell, New Mexico. After the capsule was lifted by a helium balloon to an altitude of 21,818 metres, Baumgartner started a freefall that lasted 3 minutes and 33 seconds before reaching the optimum height of 2,405m to deploy his parachute and float safely back to Earth...
Audio from a video recording captures what is believed to be the sonic boom (heard at 00:25 in this clip) made by Felix Baumgartner as he broke through the speed of sound barrier. The footage was...
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