It was exactly one year ago when Felix Baumgartner broke three different world records launching from a manned balloon at an altitude of 38,969.3 metres (127,852 feet). Baumgartner set the record for the highest manned balloon flight (at the same height) and fastest speed of free fall at 1,357.64 km/h (843.6 mph), and obviously the highest sky-dive ever, where he also broke the sound barrier.
To celebrate the first anniversary from the achievement, Red Bull published a totally inedited video on YouTube, where we can observe different points of view during the fall as long as many datas such as speed, altitude, heart rate and so on.
In addition to that, they published an exclusive behind the scenes documentary on Rdio, available here (free Rdio trial account required).
Enjoy the video.