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Watch First-Person POV of Felix Baumgartner's Space Jump

Over a year after Felix Baumgartner's groundbreaking "space jump," Red Bull and GoPro have finally released the first-person POV footage that Felix took as he plummeted down from 127,000 feet above earth.

Space Jump Documentary Now Streaming on Rdio

Red Bull's documentary Mission to the Edge of Space: The Inside Story Behind Red Bull Stratos is now streaming for free on Rdio for users who sign up for a trial for the music streaming service.

On its one-year anniversary, the film documents Felix Baumgartner's unprecedented space jump and the five-year preparation that went into it.

See it here.

Red Bull to Release Space Jump Documentary on Rdio

On the one-year anniversary of Felix Baumgartner's mind-blowing space jump, Red Bull will be releasing a free documentary all about the five-year-quest to make the jump happen.

On October 14th, Mission to the Edge of Space: The Inside Story of Red Bull Stratos will stream exclusively on Rdio along with a special live-stream of the jump itself narrated by Baumgartner. Watch the trailer for the film below. (via Fast Company's Co.Create)

Red Bull Stratos Roars with Riedel

To facilitate Felix Baumgartner’s Red Bull Stratos 120,000 ft. skydive, Riedel Communications provided communications solutions, fiber-based video and signal distribution and wireless video links from the capsule’s onboard cameras. Within the capsule that transported Baumgartner into the stratosphere on October 14, Riedel installed a video control system for nine HD video cameras with specially developed telemetry control. On the ground, communication systems were integrated into a single infrastructure using a Riedel Artist Digital Matrix system.

Over 35 Cameras Were Used to Document Felix Baumgartner's Space Jump

This behind-the-scenes video shows that Red Bull Stratos used over 35 cameras to document Felix Baumgartner's historic jump from over 24 miles above earth. RED cameras and Canon 5Ds were among the equipment used to live-stream the event, record it for future review, and even provide a link between mission control and Felix's face.

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