When Felix Baumgartner jumped from the edge of space, we got some crazy, crazy footage out of the deal, but it was just a little bit...dizzying. Flying a remote-controlled glider down from similar heights doesn't take nearly as much balls, but damned if the footage isn't just as amazing.

This crazy flight has been a pet project of David Windestål's ever since the idea occurred to him back in 2010. By outfitting a FunJet with a GoPro 2, GPS tracker, and a video transmitter, and lifting the rig to the edge of space with a weather balloon, David was able to take a ludicrously awesome glide down from over 100,000 feet above ground.

Ultimately, David's goal was to land the glider right at his feet, but thanks to a number of complications, it didn't quite work out that way. Still, even making the trip is an amazing feat, and the video is absolutely stunning. You can read more, extremely in-depth details about the project over at David's website. [RCExplorer via Reddit]

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