Quotes by: Felix Baumgartner
Normally, when I skydive, even in winter, I wear very thin gloves. I want to be flexible, with fast reactions.
Well, I jumped for the first time when I was 16. I just loved it and immediately realized that it was what I wanted to do.
As a little kid, I climbed a lot of trees because I always loved the bird's-eye view.
This claustrophobia was the only weakness I had. It's not my fault. It's just in my mind.
People should decide 'are you willing to spend all this money to go to Mars?' I think the average person on the ground would never spend that amount of money - they have to spend it on something that makes sense and this is definitely saving our planet.
If the Wright brothers hadn't put their lives on the line, we would not be flying around the world these days. So we need pioneers.
At a certain R.P.M., there's only one way for blood to leave your body, and that's through your eyeballs. That means you're dead.