Last October, Felix Baumgartner became the first person ever to break the sound barrier with just his body, jumping 24 miles from a space balloon and landing in the New Mexico desert. The jump was livecast around the world—you might have watched it here—but it wasn't really a sure thing. There was a moment a few seconds in when the daredevil began spinning wildly above the Earth, causing Red Bull to cut to mission control just in case they lost him.
The company just released POV footage of Baumgartner's jump timed with a log of his mission data, which is almost as interesting as the jump itself. The dude saw his airspeed skyrocket to 830 miles per hour when he hit that spin, yet his heart rate didn't even accelerate from where it was when he first jumped out of the balloon. In fact, it was lower.
Red Bull also just released a full-length documentary, which you can find here.
[H/T: Red Bull]