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(Story continues below) Eustace gets lifted to his peak altitude of 135,908 feet via a high-altitude ballooning system. Eustace
When daredevil Joby Ogwyn reaches the top of Mount Everest in May he will have only just begun his most terrifying stunt
Back in 2012, the world looked on in awe as daredevil and base jumper, Felix Baumgartner, broke the record for highest altitude
Now, thanks to the new footage, we can. WATCH the video, above. Jump starts at the 1:40 mark. Watch in full-screen and at
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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The venerable record-keeping organization has just released its list of top records for 2012 and Claxton insists all of them
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Footage from Baumgartner's chest-mounted suit camera documented the jump in all its death-defying, supersonic glory. Project
Additional behind-the-scenes footage will explore Baumgartner's four-year metamorphosis from elite BASE jumper to extreme
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I'm not sure about his exact landing location, but my guess is that he wasn't that far off from where he took off. Following