Red Bull athlete Felix Baumgartner is getting set to jump out of a balloon from 23 miles above Earth.
If he succeeds, he'll be the first man to break the sound barrier and will own the record for the highest altitude jump ever recorded. And it all starts right here.
Baumgartner will jump and should be in freefall for about five minutes. He's going to pull his chute at around 5,000 feet up, which means he'll fall 22 miles until the chute is opened. Insanity. The livefeed has been delayed slightly and will now start 8:30 AM EST/5:30 AM PST.
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