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Not long after Austrian daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner broke the speed of sound with his death defying jump from 24 miles above the New Mexico desert, a parody hit YouTube showing a Lego-inspired recreation of the historic events.

We’ve got Sunday’s jump footage here in case you missed the real deal.

In a simulated rise of the capsule tethered to a mini helium balloon, the plastic jumper free falls at a speed that attempts to represent the 833 mph feat pulled off by Baumgartner.

Fake Felix lands on the ground amid a sea of cheering plastic onlookers.

The 1:44 video clip has picked up three million YouTube hits so far and is definitely worth your time. Check it out below:

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