Extreme skydiver Felix Baumgartner was planning to jump from the edge of space this morning but canceled his mission because of high winds. Yet despite his acknowledgment of danger, the daredevil still plans to fall 120,000 feet, landing in Roswell, N.M., next month. His mission to "the edge of space" will take place in a space capsule carried by a huge helium balloon, and his jump will break the sound barrier as he falls from zero to 690 mph in about 25 seconds. "The pressure is huge, and we not only have to endure but excel," Baumgartner said. "We're really excellently prepared, but it's never going to be a fun day. I'm risking my life, after all." Back in March, he jumped from 71,000 feet at 365 miles per hour. This time, Baumgartner's jump—sponsored by Red Bull—is expected to break several records including becoming the first person outside an aircraft to break the sound barrier, taking the highest manned balloon flight and the longest free-fall time, as well as making a free fall from the highest altitude.