Red Bull Stratos 2012 | The countdown is on!
- SEP 25, 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
- About this Video
- The wait is almost over. For some it's been seven years in the making. The team are now performing the final checks to the equipment before getting ready to launch Red Bull Stratos when the right weather conditions arrive any time on or in the week after October 8. So, in just two weeks' time the name of Felix Baumgartner could be in the record books. Find out more at Red Bull Stratos
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