Red Bull Stratos Media Tour | Photostory

    Felix Baumgartner headed to New York City on a media tour, after his historic Red Bull Stratos jump.
By RedBull.com Team

Felix Baumgartner has been the toast of New York City this week, with the Austrian in demand in the Big Apple following his record breaking jump from the stratosphere at the weekend.

Here's a selection of the best images from Felix's New York moment.

 

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On Tour
Felix Baumgartner of Austria greets his fans while entering the Jimmy Fallon Show at NBC Studios in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
On Tour Felix appeared on NBC's ‘TODAY’ and also ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ before he closed his US media tour by attending a meeting at the United Nations headquarters with UN general secretary Ban Ki-moon. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
New York Highlight
Felix Baumgartner of Austria signs the guest book and meets United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon at the United Nations in NYC
New York Highlight The true highlight of the visit in New York was a friendly meet and greet with UN General Secretary Ban Ki-moon who followed the Red Bull Stratos Mission closely, having it watched also live on TV last Sunday together with his family. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
An invitation
Felix Baumgartner meets United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon at the United Nations in New York City, NY on October 23, 2012
An invitation Ki-moon expressed his appreciation for Felix Baumgartner's achievements and invited him to work closely with the UN organization in the future as role model for young people in important areas such as science, research and education. Further talks will follow. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
A Marathon Media Session
Felix Baumgartner of Austria signs autographs and greets his fans while entering the Jimmy Fallon Show at NBC Studios in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
A Marathon Media Session Felix signed autographs to cheering fans and answered questions from dozens of journalists in a series of marathon session of interviews that lasted from dawn until dusk in the media capital of the United States just over a week after Red Bull Stratos. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
Fascination
Felix Baumgartner of Austria awaits his interview in the changing room at the Jimmy Fallon Show at NBC Studios in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
Fascination The media's fascination in the United States and around the world over the Austrian's leap for the ages in which he hit a top speed of Mach 1.24 – or 833.9 mph (1,342.8 kph) – remains high ahead of the broadcast on November 4th (UK) and 11th (USA) of a BBC /National Geographic Channel documentary. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
Not as fun as you might think...
Felix Baumgartner of Austria poses for a portrait at Times Square in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
Not as fun as you might think... On the ‘TODAY’ show, Baumgartner also said the jump was no fun and talked about the difficulties he had stabilizing himself during the out-of-control spin at high altitude where the atmosphere was perilously thin. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
Cool, calm and collected?
Felix Baumgartner of Austria greets a fan in Times Square in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
Cool, calm and collected? When asked if he was able to stay calm throughout, Baumgartner admitted it was difficult at times. "I wasn't calm the whole time because when you travel at the speed of sound, how can you be calm?" he said. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
Destination: Earth
Felix Baumgartner pictured on the Jimmy Fallon show on October 24th 2012
Destination: Earth Meeting Jimmy Fallon (pictured above), Baumgartner had the studio audience rolling with laughter. When asked by the host what he was thinking during his freefall, Baumgartner quipped: "I hope I land on the right planet." © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
Media Frenzy
Felix Baumgartner on set with Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum of Americas Newsroom in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
Media Frenzy Felix Baumgartner on set with Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum of Americas Newsroom in New York City © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
Going Home
Felix Baumgartner of Austria interviews with Al Roker on the Today Show in New York City, NY on October 22, 2012
Going Home After the media frenzy Felix began his journey back to Austria where a private celebration party is planned with the entire Mission Team. © Brian Nevins/Red Bull Content Pool
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