A year ago on Oct. 14, Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner jumped from 24 miles above Earth and became the first person to break the speed of sound wearing only a high-pressure suit.
On the one-year anniversary, Red Bull released new footage of the jump from Baumgartner’s point-of-view at three different angles.
The right-hand side also shows data about his air speed, altitude, g-force, and heart rate as he’s falling toward the New Mexican desert.
Baumgartner, who was 43 years old at the time of the stunt, hit a top speed of 843.6 mph, or Mach 1.25, after stepping out of his capsule 127,852 feet above the ground.
His heartbeat reached a maximum of 185 beats per minute right after he jumped, which is faster than the average maximum heart rate of a 40-year-old man during vigorous exercise.
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