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Skydiving Altitude Record Shattered

Skydiving Altitude Record Shattered

Following a nearly three-year secret development program, computer scientist Alan Eustace today shattered the world skydiving record with a jump from 135,890 feet, a supersonic free fall and a safe landing 70 miles from his departure point at Roswell, New Mexico. FULL STORY

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