Red Bull Stratos: Felix vs Joe
- SEP 4, 2012
- About this Video
- In 1960 Colonel Joe Kittinger set a record for the highest freefall in history. Right now BASE jumper Felix Baumgartner is doing everything in his command to break this record – with the help of Joe. Find out about the differences between Joe's jump and Felix' mission and the friendship of two space cadets testing the limits of physics and material.
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