People complete a recor...

Skydiving is thrilling and challenging, and attracts some of the bravest people in the world. Although the sport is dangerous, a lot of people still love it, some even paying with their lives. Recently, a group of 57 skydiving enthusiasts completed a record breaking jump, achieving a great feat in parachute diving history and commemorating the tragic loss of a fellow parachutist.


Locked hand in hand, 16,000 feet above earth, a group of 57 skydivers managed to set an unprecedented world record as they took the plunge together in a formation. This stunt was first attempted by the legendary parachutist Robby Bigley, before his tragic death in 2009. About a year ago, Bigley's wife found her late husband's old parachute while sorting out some old papers. She came up with the idea of the group jump and told one of Robby's friends.

The 57-people skydiving jump broke three world records, three American records and four Texas records. Nelson, one of the participants in the jump, said: "This record-breaking parachute jump is special because it commemorates the great skydiving legend Robby Bigley, who was one of the pioneers of vertical skydiving". Bigley has completed more than 20 vertical skydiving programs, which is unprecedented and believed to be impossible by many people. Bigley even thought that one day a group jump of that scale can be achieved. With this record-breaking dive the 57 people came together to achieve his visionSkydiving is thrilling and challenging, and attracts some of the bravest people in the world. Although the sport is dangerous, a lot of people still love it, some even paying with their lives. Recently, a group of 57 skydiving enthusiasts completed a record breaking jump, achieving a great feat in parachute diving history and commemorating the tragic loss of a fellow parachutist.

Locked hand in hand, 16,000 feet above earth, a group of 57 skydivers managed to set an unprecedented world record as they took the plunge together in a formation. This stunt was first attempted by the legendary parachutist Robby Bigley, before his tragic death in 2009. About a year ago, Bigley's wife found her late husband's old parachute while sorting out some old papers. She came up with the idea of the group jump and told one of Robby's friends.


The 57-people skydiving jump broke three world records, three American records and four Texas records. Nelson, one of the participants in the jump, said: "This record-breaking parachute jump is special because it commemorates the great skydiving legend Robby Bigley, who was one of the pioneers of vertical skydiving". Bigley has completed more than 20 vertical skydiving programs, which is unprecedented and believed to be impossible by many people. Bigley even thought that one day a group jump of that scale can be achieved. With this record-breaking dive the 57 people came together to achieve his visionSkydiving is thrilling and challenging, and attracts some of the bravest people in the world. Although the sport is dangerous, a lot of people still love it, some even paying with their lives. Recently, a group of 57 skydiving enthusiasts completed a record breaking jump, achieving a great feat in parachute diving history and commemorating the tragic loss of a fellow parachutist.

Locked hand in hand, 16,000 feet above earth, a group of 57 skydivers managed to set an unprecedented world record as they took the plunge together in a formation. This stunt was first attempted by the legendary parachutist Robby Bigley, before his tragic death in 2009. About a year ago, Bigley's wife found her late husband's old parachute while sorting out some old papers. She came up with the idea of the group jump and told one of Robby's friends.

The 57-people skydiving jump broke three world records, three American records and four Texas records. Nelson, one of the participants in the jump, said: "This record-breaking parachute jump is special because it commemorates the great skydiving legend Robby Bigley, who was one of the pioneers of vertical skydiving". Bigley has completed more than 20 vertical skydiving programs, which is unprecedented and believed to be impossible by many people. Bigley even thought that one day a group jump of that scale can be achieved. With this record-breaking dive the 57 people came together to achieve his vision


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World`s largest artific...

World Island is located near the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The area of the islands varies from 2300 to 8360 square meters and the islands are separated from each other by at least 50 meters of sea water. The original intention of the creators was to build 300 artificial islands shaped into the continents of the World, forming a miniature version of the World. World Island is the largest man-made island in the World. These islands will be equipped with hotels and leisure tourism facilities, the scale of the entire project is called by the modern world “The eighth wonder of the world".


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The enterprise plateau ...

In the UK, the world's largest aircraft Airlander has successfully conducted the first test flight 

and landed safely after circling around.On 17th?August in the evening this monster took off from Cardington Airfield, about 73 km north of 

London and carried out its maiden flight.Although the aircraft shape resembles a giant airship, with its 92 meters length, it is the 

world's largest aircraft, 18 meters longer than Airbus A380. Moreover the noise during the take-off process is much less than that of the standard aircrafts or helicopters.Due to the special shape of the airship, that from certain angles look like hips, people have 

given it the nickname "Flying bum”.The aircraft weights about 10 tons and it can carry up to 48 passengers. It can reach maximum 

speed of 148 km/h and the flight can continue up to 5 days.Most probably before the aircraft start transporting passengers, it will be first used in the petroleum, heavy machinery and mining industry or to deliver supplies in areas affected by natural 

disasters.According to the reports, Airlander was originally developed for the US military, but in 2013 the 

US military spending cut the program and the plan was returned back to England. The developers raise funds through government agencies and private donations.


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Visit the most American...

A guy named Anton Belle from Germany and his wife Neha Sharma have visited along the coast from New York state to North Carolina since June 1, 2017. They used a variety of transports and visited seven states within 7 days. They become the couple who visited the most U.S. states in a week.


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The world's largest pla...

Located in Anshun City, China, the Loong Palace area contains the word "dragon" done in a plant landscape. The landscape was completed in 2009 to distinguish the different crops planted in season. The World Record Certification Agency (WRCA) has conducted an on-site measurement of the landscape and determined that this feature is hereby recognized as the world's largest plant landscape of Chinese characters.

 


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