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Eustace reaches a peak speed of 822 miles per hour during his dive. To put that in perspective, scientists say you officially
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Almost exactly one year to the day after Felix Baumgartner smashed a 52-year-old skydiving record and became the first person
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And that's where the other emotion comes from, the sense of great fragility. The photographs show a lonely human in this
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Baumgartner told the Associated Press that supersonic travel was "hard to describe because you don't feel it." With no reference
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Now let's talk about the physics of the jump. In a vacuum, we could use the following two equations: speed of sound = SQRT
The air up there is cold and thin, so the temperature was an obvious problem. On top of that, as Felix plummets, he could
Earlier this week, Felix Baumgartner stepped into a spaceship-type capsule, suspended from a hot air balloon filled with