Felix Baumgartner’s record broken – Google VP dives from Stratosphere


Alan Eustace dangles from baloon as he ascends to over 135,000 feet.

Alan Eustace, a computer scientist( a Google VP), broke Felix Baumgartner’s record on Friday by skydiving from 135,908 feet. This was an impressive dive of 15 minutes after over a 2 hour ascent dangling from a weather balloon in a device much more simple and basic than Felix’s capsule.

Read more at the NYTimes

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