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Skydiver on track for super jump

Austrian Felix Baumgartner is on-course to set a world record for the highest free-fall jump after leaping from a balloon capsule at 71,500ft (22km).
Amanda Rohde
Amanda Rohde • 2 years ago

Felix Baumgartner - skydiving from space

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