Alan Eustace's Space Jump

Google executive Alan Eustace successfully breaks freefall record with his 135,890-foot jump.

jmh_7434.jpg
Alan has been on life support, breathing pure oxygen for 4 hours, and is being transported out to the launch pad. Read Flying's coverage of the jump and watch it here. (Photos couresty of Jim Harris - J. Martin Harris Photography, Tucson, AZ - JMartinHarris.com)J. Martin Harris Photography
jmh_7497.jpg
The balloon is being filled with helium in preparation for launch. (Photos couresty of Jim Harris - J. Martin Harris Photography, Tucson, AZ - JMartinHarris.com)J. Martin Harris Photography
jmh_7537.jpg
Alan has just been released from the ground restraint, on his way to 128,000 feet, at an ascent rate of upwards of 1,600 feet per minute. (Photos couresty of Jim Harris - J. Martin Harris Photography, Tucson, AZ - JMartinHarris.com)J. Martin Harris Photography
jmh_0622.jpg
Alan just landed in the recovery helicopter, heading over to greet his family, and the rest of the team members. (Photos couresty of Jim Harris - J. Martin Harris Photography, Tucson, AZ - JMartinHarris.com)
jmh_0805.jpg
Alan is addressing the team, thanking them after a successful completion of the mission. (Photos couresty of Jim Harris - J. Martin Harris Photography, Tucson, AZ - JMartinHarris.com)
jmh_0831.jpg
Entire team picture with Alan in the front, along with all the support vehicles and aircraft involved. Read Flying's coverage of the jump and watch it here. (Photos couresty of Jim Harris - J. Martin Harris Photography, Tucson, AZ - JMartinHarris.com)