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VIDEO: Record space jump recreated in Lego

Felix Baumgartner's 128,000 ft jump remade using construction toy.
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The highest ever skydive has been reenacted – using Lego.

Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner fell 128,000 feet above Roswell, New Mexico, yesterday, breaking several world records in the process.

Now the incredible feat – the Red Bull Stratos – has been recreated using iconic construction toy Lego (although it's been scaled down to 1/350th of the actual size, of course).

You can watch the video below:

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