15.10.2012 [Wired] - FelixBaumgartner broke the speed of sound during his stratospheric leap from 128,097 feet on Sunday and landed safely 9 minutes and 3 seconds later, touching down so gracefully that he made the whole thing look easy. He fell to his knees and raised
14.10.2012 [TMZ.com] - FelixBaumgartner successfully completed his free fall, diving to the Earth's surface from 24 miles up in the air!!!! Baumgartner at one point fell as fast as Mach 1.24, well above the speed of sound. He did not break the record for longest-lasting
14.10.2012 [Bleacher Report] - Last week the Red Bull Stratos Project attempted to send FelixBaumgartner into the Stratosphere in a helium propelled capsule. Once arriving at 120,000 feet, Baumgartner would make the leap and free fall back to earth. The jump never happened. As they
15.10.2012 [IBNLive] - 43-year-old Austrian skydiver FelixBaumgartner jumped over 1,20,000 feet to land safely on Earth. He is the first skydiver to break the sound barrier in the highest and fastest freefall in history. Felix has broken Joe Kittinger's 52-year-old record
14.10.2012 [SportsGrid] - Remember a while back when daredevil FelixBaumgartner planned to jump down to the earth from 120,000 feet up, everyone on the internet became infatuated with it out of nowhere… and then the attempt was aborted because of excessive winds? Well
15.10.2012 [Radio Times] - Yesterday evening, Austrian FelixBaumgartner jumped from 128,100 feet above the earth's surface, smashing the previous records for the highest ever skydive and the highest manned balloon flight to become the first person in history to break the speed
15.10.2012 [East Anglian Daily Times] - FelixBaumgartner, of Austria, waves to the crowd after successfully jumping from a space capsule lifted by a helium balloon at a height of just over 128,000 feet above the Earth's surface, Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, in Roswell, N.M.(AP Photo/Ross D
14.10.2012 [TIME] - FelixBaumgartner pumps his fist to the crowd after successfully jumping from a space capsule lifted by a helium balloon at a height of just over 128,000 feet above the Earth's surface, Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, in Roswell, N.M.. Family members and
14.10.2012 [Mediaite] - On Sunday afternoon, Austrian skydiver FelixBaumgartner successfully completed a jump from 23 miles above the Earth, breaking the speed of sound in the process, and setting world records for the highest jump, highest balloon flight, and fastest jump.
14.10.2012 [CNN] - (CNN) -- Update: FelixBaumgartner landed safely on Earth after jumping from 128,000 feet. I will always wonder what it was like to huddle around a shortwave radio and through the crackling static from space hear the faint beeps of the world's first
14.10.2012 [CNN] - (CNN) -- The sky proved no limit for FelixBaumgartner. The Austrian daredevil, in fact, rose to the edge of space Sunday -- 128,100 feet, or 24 miles, above the Earth -- before plunging faster than the speed of sound. Minutes later, he landed in
14.10.2012 [The Verge] - Moments ago skydiver FelixBaumgartner successfully completed a jump from over 128,000 feet above the Earth, a feat which immediately broke numerous world records and etched his name into the history books. After a postponed launch and some
14.10.2012 [Central Florida News 13] - Austrian skydiver FelixBaumgartner broke the speed of sound -- at one point hitting Mach 1.24, according to a team official -- during his record-setting jump from 128,000 feet Sunday over southeastern New Mexico. Read the full press release from Red
14.10.2012 [Brevard Times] - FelixBaumgartner's second attempt to ascend to 120,000 feet in a stratospheric balloon and make a freefall jump rushing toward earth at supersonic speeds before parachuting to the ground could happen on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at the earliest
10.10.2012 Red Bull Stratos Edge of Space mission sends FelixBaumgartner 120000 feet above the ground in a stratospheric balloon only to jump back to Earth and attempt to break the speed of sound in freefall.
10.10.2012 Photo: Red Bull Media. "Fearless" FelixBaumgartner is scheduled to break the sound barrier today with his body after he jumps from a pressurized capsule inside a giant helium balloon from an altitude of 120,000 feet above ...
07.10.2012 If you haven't heard already, here's what you need to know: Aviation pioneer FelixBaumgartner is set to float to the edge of space/earth atmosphere this coming Monday, October 8th and proceed to jump out of his capsule ...