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
10.10.2012 The above screenshot is of FelixBaumgartner suiting up for his historic 23-mile jump from the edge of space. After a number of weather related delays this morning, the Stratos team has been given the thumbs up to move ...
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
14.10.2012 [Popular Science] - 3:02pm MDT - And that's a wrap on press conference. Tune in tomorrow for a story featuring more of what the team had to say. 3:01pm MDT - Joe Kittinger: "I'd like to give a special one-fingered salute to all the folks who said he was going to come
14.10.2012 [Telegraph.co.uk] - Cheers broke out as the craft carrying FelixBaumgartner took flight at 9:30 a.m. (11:30 a.m. EDT/1530 GMT). An enormous balloon rose into the air, pulling after it an 11-by-8-ft fiberglass and acrylic capsule. His mother wept as she watched the launch
14.10.2012 [MarketWatch] - Pilot FelixBaumgartner of Austria exits his capsule as he begins his record-setting skydive over Roswell, N.M., Sunday. Baumgartner broke a 52-year-old record by skydiving from 23 miles. Photo: Reuters. Life support engineer Mike Todd and Baumgartner
14.10.2012 [National Geographic] - Sixty-five years ago today Chuck Yeager piloted the Bell X-1 into history, becoming the first pilot to break the sound barrier. Today FelixBaumgartner may do the same—minus the plane. The Austrian sky diver and pilot is set to step out of a
14.10.2012 [TechCrunch] - As I watch today's jump by FelixBaumgartner – it's been running non-stop on most major news channels, the same channels that gave a Space Shuttle launch about two minutes between video of a talking dog and what Kim Kardashian just ate – I'm struck by
14.10.2012 [Zap2it.com (blog)] - Follow @drumoorhouse on Twitter | Google+ Google. felix-baumgartner-freefall-from-space.jpg Professional daredevil FelixBaumgartner broke a world record today (Oct. 14) -- and the speed of sound. Ascending from Roswell, N.M. via a pressurized capsule
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 [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
10.10.2012 FelixBaumgartner space jump. ... TrackBacks (0) |. When writing these lines, we are holding our breath waiting for FelixBaumgartner space jump. The Austrian adventurer has sky-dived from a number of iconic heights before, ...
10.10.2012 No I know, hopefully not swimming relevant, but I'm watching this crazy Swiss guy jumping from the stratosphere today, to freefall at the speed on sound after only 30 seconds. Live on YouTube, he is entering the capsule at ...
09.10.2012 Red Bull Stratos, a mission to the edge of space, will attempt to transcend human limits that have existed for 50 years. Supported by a team of experts FelixBaumgartner plans to ascend to 120000 feet in a stratospheric ...