Move Over, Baumgartner. Here’s the Shortest Free Fall Ever

Felix Baumgartner set the record for the world's highest free fall when he successfully jumped 24 miles from the edge of space over the weekend. But you know what he hasn't done? Set the record for the shortest jump. Read More >>

What Would It Take For You To Go Sky-Diving From the Stratosphere?

Surely by now you've heard someone say "Man, with balls that big, I'm surprised Felix Baumgartner even fit into that capsule." You can't deny it, he'd need some serious balls jumping from the stratosphere is just as insane and frightening as it is awesome. Read More >>

First Human Supersonic Space Jump Live Coverage: Success!

Total success. After many delays, Felix did it. He reached the highest altitude ever reached by any man in a balloon, more than 127,000 feet. He then jumped and fell faster than any man, breaking Mach 1 (though it's unofficial for now, as they still have to confirm it). Read More >>

The Space Jump Man’s Balloon Compared to the Statue of Liberty

The Red Bull Stratos mission control has announced that, after Tuesday's aborted supersonic space jump, the next launch is scheduled for Sunday, October 14 at 8:30am EDT. We will cover the Roswell event live. Read More >>

Watch an Insane Man Jump From the Edge of Space, Live, Right Here (Postponed Till Tomorrow)

Today, Felix Baumgartner is attempting to break the world record for the highest and fastest skydive, from 23 miles up -- that's from the edge of space. The best bit is you can watch the whole shebang right here, live. Read More >>