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Freefall from the -- his -- like you've never seen it before as we bring you the chest cam footage from fearless Felix is historic plunge -- the stratosphere.
When he became the first man ever to break the speed of sound without a plane Trace Gallagher has an update Trace.
They actually had two cameras on his body mega we haven't seen either one of those and man oh man this is great stuff that actually -- -- right after he broke the sound barrier going 833.
Miles per hour.
And then you'll watch here because he begins got a spinning wildly out of control faster and faster and faster this was the big fear right this is what I was watching a lot of others thought this might be the ended Felix Baumgartner because.
Of the immense G forces and the pressure he had a very short window to try and straighten himself out and kind of fly right again.
This thing was crazy here's Felix Baumgartner -- -- on America live talking about the spin was.
Thought it was a very violent spin you know -- can feel if you plot is going to your brain.
And -- -- I'm not gonna pass out but -- was close in on two with a photo all the way -- and and luckily it worked.
Yeah he's he said that a couple of times he was no doubt very very close to passing out of this thing somebody might -- a lot of 128000.
It's great ball was four minutes and twenty seconds.
This is a record that could stand for a very long time and it's Felix said this morning he's done.
He's done doing this mega he's gonna go back to flying helicopters he'll still be called flying Felix but.
He'll have a machine around him instead of doing it himself and by the way of this footage you can see more of it airs November 11.
On National Geographic.
At 7 o'clock in the evening fantastic stuff.
-- -- -- Adding.
That the fact that he's -- The women get it.
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