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- Red Bull Stratos: Baumgartner One Step Closer
- Felix Baumgartner boards the Red Bull Stratos capsule
- Jul 25, 2012
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- Pilot Felix Baumgartner of Austria steps in the capsule during the second manned test flight for Red Bull Stratos in Roswell, New Mexico. On Wednesday, he successfully jumped from 96,640 feet. It was the final test jump before he attempts to be the first man to jump from 120,000, breaking a 52-year-old record held by Joe Kittinger.
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