It's been over a year since Felix Baumgartner did the unthinkable and made a successful jump from space back to the ground on Earth with Red Bull's Stratos Project.

Many watched in amazement as the event unfolded live on TV.

While the event was happening on TV, we only got to really see Felix's fall via cameras on the ground aimed to the sky. Not anymore! Red Bull has released a multi-angle video showing the fall from Felix's point of view.

Felix hit speeds of close to 830 miles per hour during his 128,000 feet/24-mile jump from space back to Earth. During the jump, he also broke the sound barrier.

The video captures the entire jump, so I hope you have an extra 9 minutes to spare today.