(KCEN) -- We'll have to wait another day to see if a daredevil skydiver can accomplish what once seemed impossible.
Felix Baumgartner is planning a jump from the edge of space tomorrow.
The Red Bull Stratos Center in New Mexico is the command center where the high altitude balloon will be launched.
It's going to take about three hours to reach the edge of space at 122,000 feet above the surface of the earth.
At that point, Baumgartner will step out of the capsule and attempt to set two records.
One will be for the longest-ever free fall and the other to break a speed record for someone who is traveling outside of a space craft.
He should reach speeds of over 600 miles per hour in the fall, technically breaking the sound barrier.