Maybe it's not everyone's dream to jump out of an airplane at night and hold hands with their friends while streaming high-intensity sparklers at 180 MPH... but most anyone would agree that this is seriously awesome! The Skydive Spaceland Houston crew lit up the night sky with 14 skydivers wearing LED lights and a trailing rainfall of pyrotechnics just for the fun of it.
The jumps were organized by Konstantin Petrijcuk, who's known for organizing often outrageous skydiving events and stunts around the world. "I wanted to grab a group of friends that wanted to push each other to do new and exciting adventures," he said. "We wanted more light and a better visual experience for everyone for these night jumps. The visuals were surreal, totally next level--Iron Man/Superman stuff. We also want to show the world what the Skydive Spaceland community can do, and motivate newer jumpers to get on that path to epic skydiving adventures by doing it right. Everything for these jumps was legal, safe, well-trained, and by the book in all aspects. You can do anything in the right place with the right people; you can reach for the stars and even bring them down with you."
Organizer: Konstantin Petrijcuk
Dropzone: Skydive Spaceland Houston
Video & Edit: Nick Lott