Exactly one year ago, Felix Baumgartner leapt from the edge of space, breaking the speed of sound as he descended back into the Earth’s stratosphere. It was a pivotal moment in the history of mankind.

To celebrate the anniversary of this momentous event, Rdio is hosting a documentary by Red Bull Media House entitled Mission to the Edge of Space: The Full Story Behind Red Bull Stratos. The feature includes new, behind-the-scenes footage offering a unique insight into Baumgartner’s breathtaking (and record-breaking) 128,000-foot sky dive.

The two hour documentary is available right now on an Rdio-hosted microsite. You’ll need to sign up for a Rdio account, but it’s all completely free of charge. Other than rewatching the footage of the jump itself, we can’t think of a better way to celebrate Baumgartner’s achievement.

resource1 Rdio marks the anniversary of Felix Baumgartners sky dive from space with a free documentary

Rdio’s decision to host the documentary in the first place is notable. Exclusive content is an effective way to drive subscriptions and brand recognition, but this is straight-up video, rather than anything music related.

Would tying the documentary to Vdio not make more sense?

Regardless, you can also check out a Felix Baumgartner-inspired Rdio playlist called Mission to the Edge using the playback controls and expandable track listing at the bottom of the microsite.

Related: Watch Felix Baumgartner discuss his supersonic freefall from the edge of space [Video]