Dear Felix Baumgartner,
I am so impressed by your dare-deviling jump 24 miles through space. I
cannot believe you could be cooped up in that capsule for 2 ½ hours.
What was going through your head at the time? Nerves,excitement, or
disbelief?!?! When I am older, I really want to go skydiving some day.
When you were a kid, did you see Kittinger make his 19 mile jump? Is
that what got you hooked on the idea, or did something else inspire you?
Did you have any great fears when you were looking down from space, or
was it just too incredible to imagine? As you started to prepare for
this, did you ever think you would achieve total victory? I bet almost
everyone in the world watched you jump down,down,down.... Did you think
this stunt would attract so much attention? I hope that you keep all of
the records you made. What will you next challenge be? It will
definitely be hard for you to do anything as crazy as breaking the sound
barrier. Or, will you just retire? Anything you choose to do will still
make you as awesome as ever. Your space jump has really made me realize
anything is possible.