Red Bull's Supersonic Space Jump Is Now Set For Sunday Morning

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After two delays in two days due to weather and winds, Red Bull has tentatively set the next launch for it's 23 mile record breaking supersonic space jump for Sunday morning.


If you've been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks, Red Bull daredevil Felix Baumgartner will rise to 120,000 feet in a balloon and simply step out. He'll break the sound barrier on the way down and will become the world record holder for the fastest and highest skydive ever recorded.


Read everything you need to know about this record shattering attempt right here.

If the weather cooperates this time, live coverage will be starting at 6:30 AM MDT/8:30 AM EDT Sunday, and we'll be here watching with you.

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Why can't they just jump already? I mean how hard can it be? 23 miles and all they worry about is some wind? If I was him then I'd take my phone with me. Spend the 5 minutes of free fall playing Angry Birds Space.. in space!