Alan Eustace – VP of Google – World Record of High Altitude Jump

Exclusively for Skydive TV – Alan Eustace is telling his story about his High Altitude jump – 135,908 feet.

Google senior Vice President Alan Eustace, who is 57 years old, beat the world records for highest-altitude space jump in October 2014.

A helium-filled balloon carried him 135,908 feet to nearly the top of the Stratosphere – more than 25 miles above the ground , before he cut himself loose and plunged toward the earth at speeds that peaked at more than 800 miles per hour.

During 2015 PIA Symposium ,  his jump was officially recognized by USPA and FAI as a World Record for Highest-Altitude Jump from the Stratosphere.   

 

 

 

 

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