Austria's Felix Baumgartner poses for photgraphers after a press conference in Salzburg, on Saturday Oct. 27, 2012 in Austria. Supersonic skydiver Felix Baumgartner has finally come home after his death-defying, record-breaking leap from the edge of space. The Austrian former military parachutist faced reporters in his home city of Salzburg on Saturday, nearly two weeks after his plunge from a balloon to the New Mexico desert made him the first person to reach supersonic speed without traveling in a jet or spacecraft. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)

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Austria's Felix Baumgartner poses for photgraphers after  a press conference in Salzburg, on Saturday Oct. 27, 2012  in Austria. Supersonic skydiver Felix Baumgartner has finally come home after his death-defying, record-breaking leap from the edge of space.  The Austrian former military parachutist faced reporters in his home city of Salzburg on Saturday, nearly two weeks after his plunge from a balloon to the New Mexico desert made him the first person to reach supersonic speed without traveling in a jet or spacecraft.   (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)
Austria's Felix Baumgartner poses for photgraphers after a press conference in Salzburg, on Saturday Oct. 27, 2012 in Austria. Supersonic skydiver Felix Baumgartner has finally come home after his death-defying, record-breaking leap from the edge of space. The Austrian former military parachutist faced reporters in his home city of Salzburg on Saturday, nearly two weeks after his plunge from a balloon to the New Mexico desert made him the first person to reach supersonic speed without traveling in a jet or spacecraft. (AP Photo/Kerstin Joensson)
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