Red Bull Stratos: Chute Science
- SEP 13, 2012
- Felix Baumgartner
- About this Video
This one of a kind jump presents a lot of challenges, one of which is that there was no parachute in existence designed to stop a man who is falling faster than the speed of sound.
This video explores how the project engineers designed a brand new type of parachute with unique safety features to help keep Felix safe during his record breaking jump.
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