Felix Baumgartner’s Supersonic Freefall from 120,000 ft a Success
AFTER FLYING TO AN ALTITUDE OF 39,045 METERS (128,100 FEET) IN A HELIUM-FILLED BALLOON, FELIX BAUMGARTNER COMPLETED A RECORD BREAKING JUMP FROM THE EDGE OF SPACE, EXACTLY 65 YEARS AFTER CHUCK YEAGER FIRST BROKE THE SOUND.
Extreme Altitude Mt Everest – Mayo Clinic
What do extreme athletes who can summit the peaks of Mt. Everest have in common with people with heart failure? The answer is: more than you might think. Researchers at Mayo Clinic say climbers or anyone exposed to extreme altitudes…