We wrote about Felix Baumgartner’s planned freefall from the edge of space last week, but the first attempt ended up being called off due to winds. He pulled it off over the weekend, though, falling for over four minutes and achieving supersonic speed. If you missed the jump, which sponsor Red Bull swears will have scientific validity but which will probably most serve to make people gasp and then feel depressed about the state of our public-sector space program, you can see it recreated at 1 to 350 scale with LEGOs here.
Oh, what, you want to watch video of the real thing? Fine, god, some people have no imagination.
‘Fearless’ Felix’s Awesome Supersonic Jump — In Lego!, Wired.
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