15.10.2012 [Brisbane Times] - FelixBaumgartner's record-breaking jump from 39km inside the stratosphere, broke the sound barrier as he tumbled out of the sky before landing safely in New Mexico. Autoplay OnOff; Video feedback; Video settings. It was the 39,044-metre fall that took
14.10.2012 [Washington Post (blog)] - In this handout photo, Pilot FelixBaumgartner of Austria and Technical Project Director Art Thompson of the U.S. celebrate after Baumgartner successfully completed the final manned flight for Red Bull Stratos in Roswell, New Mexico in this October 14
14.10.2012 [ESPN] - Austrian skydiver and BASE-jumper FelixBaumgartner plans to break the sound barrier and make history in a record free fall scheduled to take place in Roswell, New Mexico, on Sunday morning. Dubbed the Red Bull Stratos project, the death-defying feat
14.10.2012 [BBC News] - Austrian FelixBaumgartner has become the first skydiver to go faster than the speed of sound, reaching a maximum velocity of 833.9mph (1,342km/h). In jumping out of a balloon 128,100ft (24 miles; 39km) above New Mexico, the 43-year-old also smashed
10.10.2012 UPDATE: The launch/jump attempt for FelixBaumgartner and the Red Bull Stratos mission on October 9 has been aborted due to winds at the launch site in Roswell, New Mexico. At first, there was a 5 hour weather delay, ...
10.10.2012 Today, if the weather is right, Austrian FelixBaumgartner will ride a balloon from Roswell, New Mexico, to the edge of space, backed by Red Bull's investment and an international team of experts in aerospace medicine and ...
14.10.2012 [Guardian Express] - FelixBaumgartner is about to perform one very dangerous feat in his giant helium balloon. Moments ago Baumgartner's balloon has left the ground at Roswell, New Mexico, and is currently on a climb that should take it to more than 120,000ft (36.5km).
14.10.2012 [Gadling] - History is being made this morning in Roswell, New Mexico, as FelixBaumgartner rises quickly through the atmosphere to in a specialized helium balloon. This is the team's third attempt after weather conflicts during the week. Mr. Baumgartner plans to
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