Felix Baumgartner's Stratos Jump Recreated with LEGOs

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Felix Baumgartner's Stratos Jump Recreated with LEGOs

Australian daredevil Felix Baumgartner captivated the world on Sunday when he successfully executed a skydive from the edge of the stratosphere. Baumgartner fell 24 miles, shattering the record for longest free fall. During the fall, he broke the sound barrier, reaching a top speed of over 800 miles per hour. It took him 10 minutes to reach the earth, where he landed on his feet.

This is impressive and all, but so is this 1:350 scale recreation of the entire event out of LEGOs. Complete with dramatic music, fanfare, on-board cameras and a parachute, the video captures the pressure and excitement of the historic event…and it’s done with LEGOs, which is awesome.

Take a look below.

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