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Felix Baumgartner

A free fall that is faster than the speed of sound

Feb 12, 2014 - Comments: 0
We can now say a human being has broken the sound barrier without being in any sort of jet. And it was all captured on video, thanks to GoPro mobile cameras. It was 67 years ago that man first broke the sound barrier, when aviator Chuck Yeager was propelled in a rocket plane, reaching the speed of sound. In 1947, Yeager was flown up 25,000 feet.
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