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(Toledo News Now) -
A new video released this week by Red Bull shows a record
breaking sky dive from the perspective of the jumper.
Felix Baumgartner set multiple world records with his
October 14, 2012 jump, which began more than 24 miles above the earth. Baumgartner
set the record for highest jump and fastest speed reached by a human outside of
a vehicle, at more than 843 miles per hour.
The video shows three separate point of view angles of what Baumgartner
saw during the jump as well as readouts of his altitude, air speed, blood
pressure and the g-forces affecting him.
Mobile users, click here to view
the video on YouTube.