"Fearless Felix" Baumgartner, 43, was a daytripper in space Sunday, as he first rose 128,100 feet (24.26 miles) above Earth in a balloon and then fell back to it wearing nothing but a spacesuit -- equipped with a parachute, of course.

The Austrian's successful Red Bull Stratos mission had him break the record for the highest skydive ever, as he also most likely became the first human being to shatter the sound barrier without the benefit of either an aircraft or a spacecraft. Preliminary data indicate his top speed during his descent was a mind-blowing 833.9 mph, or Mach 1.4, according to the Associated Press.

Relive Felix Baumgartner's amazing record-breaking with the high-quality photographs of the Red Bull Stratos mission here.