Infographic reveals just how far Felix Baumgartner really was from space

If you're anything like me, you were quite annoyed earlier this week by all the claims that Felix Baumgartner had jumped from "near space" or even space itself (really, Telegraph?). Not to take away from his remarkable achievement — a freefall from 128,100 feet — fearless Felix was actually very, very far from space… » 10/17/12 7:30am 10/17/12 7:30am

Watch Felix Baumgartner reattempt his supersonic Space Jump [Updated:…

Skydiver Felix Baumgartner wasn't able to attempt his record-setting jump last week on account of the weather. He tries again today, and you can follow his mission live on YouTube. His capsule was expected to launch at 11 AM ET (Update: Doors have opened and he's preparing to jump!), so keep your eyes and ears on… » 10/14/12 7:30am 10/14/12 7:30am

How Felix Baumgartner Will Set the New Skydive Record — and Break the…

Everything is set for this coming Monday's skydive stunt spectacular, in which Felix Baumgartner will attempt to set a new world record for the highest, longest, and fastest freefall in history. Once he leaps from a helium balloon positioned 23 miles (37 km) above New Mexico, Baumgartner expects to go supersonic a… » 10/05/12 11:42am 10/05/12 11:42am