Google Scientist Sets Record in 135,000-Foot Jump


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Alan Eustace jumped from over 135,000 feet on Friday, setting a fresh world altitude record from a high-altitude balloon. He remained in free fall for approximately four minutes and 30 seconds before landing safely near Roswell, N.M.

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