Victor Vescovo Becomes First To Climb Everest, Visit Ocean’s Deepest Depth And Fly To The Final Frontier

You might say that Victor Vescovo is a walking bucket list. Take what he did this past weekend. Maybe you and I saw the new flick “Top Gun: Maverick” or practiced some backyard gardening. Vescovo flew at over three times the speed of sound on a Blue Origin rocket to suborbital space. In so doing, he became the first person to stand atop the highest point on the planet, 29,035-ft. Mt. Everest, visit the lowest point in the ocean, Challenger Deep nearly 36,000 feet below the surface of the Pacific, and go beyond the Karman Line to more than 100 kilometers above Earth, where many say space begins.

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