While trying to explain to someone how a kitten walked away from a fall from a skyscraper I got to wondering if there's any place a human could do that and I find myself out of my depth.
The only place that seems possible is Titan but I'm not sure.
My basic thoughts:
The gravity there is about 1/7th that of Earth. My impression is that should reduce the terminal velocity accordingly.
Where I get stumped is dealing with Titan's atmosphere--it's not like Earth's (for which I'm stumped on figuring what will happen) and it's much colder (which I think will increase density and thus drag by the ratio of the absolute temperatures.)
Or is there any other place I've missed?
(Gas giants don't count as there's no surface to land on.)