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Friday, October 24, 2014

Google Researcher Breaks Record for Parachute Fall From Space.

Alan Eustace, 57, created a sonic boom while falling 25 miles from space. A balloon carried Eustace up and he detached from it by detonating a small bomb. It took 3 years to prepare for the fall. Eustace wore a special space suit. 

I don't have a time for the fall or a birthdate. According to the "New York Times" it took 2 hours to go up and 15 minutes to fall down. Eustace landed 70 miles away from where he launched in Roswell, New Mexico. That's today, Oct. 24, 2014.

This may be connected to yesterdays Solar Eclipse, a New Moon at 1 Scorpio ( death defying?). 

Mercury opposite Uranus (technology, outer space) crosses the Nodal Axis. 

And, daredevil Mars is at 29 Sagittarius, close to the Capricorn AP. That's the highest part of the wheel. Great for record breaking falls. 

Personally, I can't believe he survived. Wow.



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