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Red Bull Stratos Capsule pulled by Helium Balloon - Description: - The 'Red Bull Stratos' pressurized capsule, pulled by a huge 55-story ultra-thin helium balloon, which were used by the 43-year-old Austrian pilot and athlete Felix Baumgartner, known as 'Fearless Felix', to rise high above the Earth on October 14, 2012, when he set a world record for skydiving in the stratosphere from 39 kilometres (24 miles) and broke the sound barrier, reaching speed of 1,342 kilometres per hour (834 mph). Description: 
The 'Red Bull Stratos' pressurized capsule, pulled by a huge 55-story ultra-thin helium balloon, which were used by the 43-year-old Austrian pilot and athlete Felix Baumgartner, known as 'Fearless Felix', to rise high above the Earth on October 14, 2012, when he set a world record for skydiving in the stratosphere from 39 kilometres (24 miles) and broke the sound barrier, reaching speed of 1,342 kilometres per hour (834 mph).


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