Felix Baumgartner’s Supersonic Space Jump the Lego version (video)

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Felix Baumgartner, a skydiver from Australia, made a freefall jump at 128,097 feet (around 39,045 meters) above the Earth’s surface last Sunday, October 14, 2012 in Roswell, New Mexico. Baumgartner‘s breath taking  free fall broke a lot of records.

  • The highest altitude free fall ever made
  • The longest free-fall ever made
  • Greatest Freefall Distance
  • Breaking the sound barrier by achieving a speed of 833.9 mph.

Based on the video posted on YouTubeBaumgartner‘s free fall maximum speed was 833 miles per hour (1,342.8 kph) and have broken the speed of sound in freefall, which is around 690 miles per hour (or 1,110 kph).

Baumgartner‘s amazing freefall jump was already reenacted using Lego minifigures.

Watch the Stratos Jump – the LEGO version


video credit: YouTube/Stratos Jump

Felix Baumgartner – Red Bull Stratos – Space Jump


video credit: YouTube/PivotSalvation

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