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Felix Baumgartner: 'The Man Who FREEFELL to Mars'? SkyDive from 24ml @ 834 M.P.H

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Jonnie Goodboy
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« on: October 15, 2012, 08:02:03 am »

Sunday, 14 Oct, 2012.
Well, every MSM news page and lazy-days Web-site is using the ubiquitous 'The Man who fell to earth' Title:
And besides, could NASA have interest in this mission, as a possible issue in a feasible manned trip to Mars?

Pretty Good Publicity for The Little Ale'Inn, restaurant too, as this was hosted in ROSWELL, N.M.

Truly it has been said by the advertising Hoards: "Red-Bull Gives you Wings".

Yes, JB does admire with great admiration handles on, although the only record he didn't break is for the longest FREEFALL in history, - which he fell 20s short of. Apparently not an objective since the purpose of this FREEFALL was to be the 1st Human to Break the Sound-Barrier in FREEFALL.

I'm sure NASA/JAXA look on with great interest as this could herald the first trial for successful emergency bailouts from Strucken Space-Vehicles in low Planetary-Orbit, for the future.

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