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 [SB Nation] - FelixBaumgartner will be seeking to make history without becoming it on Sunday when he attempts to become the first man to go supersonic without the aid of mechanical propulsion. Baumgartner is in the midst of his ascent to just about 120,000 feet
14.10.2012 [ESPN] - Baumgartner makes record freefall. FelixBaumgartner sets new records in 24-mile-high freefall on Sunday. Originally Published: October 14, 2012. By Megan Michelson | ESPN.com. Recommend0 · Tweet0 · Comments0 · Email · Print
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
15.10.2012 [U-T San Diego] - This image provided by Red Bull Stratos shows pilot FelixBaumgartner of Austria as he jumps out of the capsule during the final manned flight for Red Bull Stratos on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012. In a giant leap from more than 24 miles up, Baumgartner
15.10.2012 [Social Barrel] - As FelixBaumgartner broke the world record for a free fall jump from higher than 120,000 feet today, Sunday, October 14 in space — becoming the first person to free fall while breaking the sound barrier — the National Geographic Channel and BBC
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 [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 [Outside (blog)] - On Sunday at 11:31 a.m. EST, 43-year-old Austrian daredevil FelixBaumgartner lifted off in a capsule attached to a 55-story balloon made of plastic one-tenth the thickness of a sandwich bag and floated roughly 24 miles into the air so that he could jump.
14.10.2012 [In The Capital] - After a week of delays, FelixBaumgartner and Red Bull Stratos are prepared to attempt the record-smashing supersonic skydive from the edge of space again today. FelixBaumgartner and his Red Bull Stratos mission control team have announced Sunday
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
14.10.2012 [El Nuevo Herald] - In this photo provided by Red Bull, Pilot FelixBaumgartner of Austria jumps out from the capsule during the final manned flight for Red Bull Stratos in Roswell, N.M., Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012. Baumgartner came down safely in the eastern New Mexico desert
11.10.2012 Note: This is reprinted from a Pete Thomas post on the GrindTv outdoor blog FelixBaumgartner, after two weather postponements this week, will try again Sunday to parachute from the edge of space and become the first ...