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Sky dive breaks sound barrier

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Felix Baumgartner travelled faster than the speed of sound when he jumped from the edge of space back down to earth.

He was going more than 800 miles an hour after he leapt from 24 miles about the ground.

He had a few problems on the way down when he span out of control and the visor on his helmet fogged up.

But he managed to get back in control and landed safely in the desert in New Mexico, America.