Faster than Sound?

Felix Baumgartner

Felix Baumgartner travelled faster than the speed of sound when he jumped from the edge of space back down to earth.

Mr. Baumgartner  jumped from from the stratosphere, which is 120,000 or so feet up, about 23 miles.

He managed to  land safely in the desert in New Mexico, America after having problems on the way down when he spanned out of control and the visor on his helmet fogged up.


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