It's a rare view of NYC at night that you might never see again. It's from a camera strapped to the head of a daring skydiver who lept from the top of the World Trade Center back in September.
The footage from the 1,776 foot fall tower jump was posted on YouTube and is remarkable.
The skydiver, has been identified as James Brady, a former WTC ironworker.
The jump back in September actually touched off concern over terrorism when it first happened and didn't come without consequences.
Brady and 3 other men who played a role in the jump were all charged with burglary, reckless endangerment and jumping from a structure on Monday.
They were arraigned Monday night and released on $3,500 bail.
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