Published on October 14th, 2012 | by Paterson Prosper0
Watch Red Bull’s Record Breaking Stratos Space Jump Live Right Now
This man is about to touch the edge of space and descend 23 miles through the atmosphere, briefly touching the speed of sound with his body.
Last week, Red Bull had to cancel the Stratos Space Jumpto set the record for the highest and fastest sky dive ever attempted when weather intervened.
They rescheduled the jump for today. Watch with us live as history is made.
The jump is scheduled to begin with a three hour balloon ride to a staggering altitude of 120,000 feet. Then, daredevil and badass Felix Baumgartner will jump out of the balloon and freefall for about 22 miles. Then he’ll pull his chute.
If you want to know all the technical bits about the jump, check out our comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about the Stratos Space Jump