Alan Eustace from Google Search Breaks Record for Highest Skydive

October 25, 2014 11:22 PM

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Alan Eustace, 57, Senior Vice President of Search at Google, has set new record for the highest skydive. He made the record by jumping from a balloon, which was 135,890 feet above earth, and descended faster than the speed of sound.

Alan has broken the record set two years ago by Felix Baumgartner by jumping nearly 128,000 feet above the ground. Alan's helium-filled balloon rose for two hours above the New Mexico desert, near Roswell. He waited to reach at the peak and after he reached at the peak altitude, he freed himself by ...

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