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Felix Baumgautner’s Space Jump Reenacted with Legos

Felix Baumgautner broke all kinds of records when he jumped 24 miles from the edge of space back down to Earth.

So how do you beat that?

Use LEGOs, of course.

The LEGO version, done at 1:350 scale,  is only 1:44 long, much shorter than the original, but it’s just as impressive.

The video was made to promote the ModelMaker Fair in Vienna.

Love it. Normally I would say these people have too much time on their hands, but in this instance, I’m grateful for that!

Did you play with LEGOs as a kid? What do you think of this video? Tell us in the comment section below!

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