Scientist smashes space jump record
25 October 2014 Last updated at 09:19 BST
A computer scientist in the US has smashed the world altitude record for a free-fall parachute jump.
Alan Eustace was carried by a helium balloon to more than 26 miles above the Earth.
Then he leapt out in a specially designed space suit.
He passed the speed of sound on his way down, hitting a top speed of 830 miles an hour.
The previous record was set two years ago by Austrian Felix Baumgartner.