This New Video of Felix Baumgartner’s Record-Breaking Space Jump is Mezermizing

In the process, the daredevil broke a number of records, including the maximum vertical speed, highest exit jump altitude and high vertical distance of freefall. For a time it looks like Baumgartner is merely floating along, enjoying a once-in-a-lifetime view, when things suddenly go bad as he starts to spin uncontrollably.6 mph, his flesh and blood barreling toward Earththats Mach 1. If by chance you missed the Red Bull Stratos jump, this video below is a must-watch.

He was at such a great heigh that you could look the curvature of the Earth. Baumgartner eventually regained control, and safely landed back on Earth. When Baumgartner stepped off the ledge of his space balloon at 127,852.25x the speed of sound.

2 miles above Earth, from Baumgartners point of view. From the ground below, Baumgartner was just a tiny white blur against a cobalt blue sky, descending from space like a human meteor.There was a moment when Felix Baumgartner was spinning so violently during his record-breaking space jump in 2012 that it didnt look like he was going to make it.4ft above sea level, his body reached a maximum speed of 843.

The footage captured by the many GoPros attached to Baumgartner is absolutely fantastic, showing the jump from many different angles as he propels through the air.25, or 1. My stomach dropped just watching it. Thanks to an amazing new video put together by GoPro, you can experience the entire jump, which took area an incredible 24.

Seeing it from the ground was terrifying enough, but imagine what it was like from his perspective.