TODAY | March 16, 2012
>> sky diving doesn't get your blood pumping anymore, try jumping from the edge of space. fearless felix baumgarten successfully completed a jump from 13 miles up. he's training to jump 23 miles up, a height that would send his body hurtling through the sound barrier . just for comparison, most planes hit cruising altitude around five and a half miles up. nasa is particularly interested in felix's jumps as finding alternate emergency escapes for astronauts is a priority for years for the space program . it's 7:17.