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Well a Fox News alerts to bring in now in an extreme skydiver landing safely on -- after jumping from the stratosphere and possibly making the world's.
First super Scott sonic skydive.
And appointment is following this live for us hi there and I thought hey there at old -- partners and -- when he or miles up.
Into the stratosphere took about two and a half hours but his -- lasted just four minutes.
And nineteen seconds high winds delayed attempts last week in anticipation had been building around the world.
Just before jumping the wearing a next generation full pressurized suit.
But Gardiner expressed concern that is astronaut like helmet was bobbing up and not -- properly.
About 2 o'clock today the 43 year old took a leap from a tiny -- outside the eleven by eight foot fiberglass and acrylic capsule.
That was carried by an enormous ultra thin balloon.
All right stand up fundraisers step he did down.
Released a helmet tie down strap.
Start the cameras.
And I'm gonna need -- we'll -- him yet.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- those could've been famous last words the extreme athlete broke at least three records today highest freefall fastest freefall.
And highest -- balloon flights.
And we are -- waiting to see if -- -- met his goal of breaking the speed of sound but crowds and saw there watching below on monitors and cheered as as parachute open.
But -- landed in the eastern New Mexico desert.
Best known -- -- not skyscrapers bomb Gardner's mother father and girlfriend where they're showing signs of relief after the edge of space junk.
You can only imagine what was going through their minds research from the Red Bull stratus project could help with future space exploration travel offering ways for astronauts tethered to safely escape some problems arise.
While in space back to and that is the most interesting one what can mean for our astronauts thank you so much --
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