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Topic - Baumgartner
Now that the dust has settled in the New Mexico desert where supersonic skydiver "Fearless Felix" Baumgartner landed safely on his feet, researchers are exhilarated over the possibility his exploit could someday help save the lives of pilots and space travelers in a disaster.
His blood could boil. His lungs could overinflate. The vessels in his brain could burst. His eyes could hemorrhage.
Skydiver "Fearless Felix" Baumgartner has done it again.
This summer, "Fearless Felix" Baumgartner hopes to hurtle toward Earth at supersonic speed from a record 23 miles up, breaking the sound barrier with only his body.
Baumgartner said afterward that he could feel pressure building in his head during the spin, but did not come close to passing out.
"After this," he promises, "I'm going to retire because I've been successfully doing things for the last 25 years and I'm still alive."