Largest sky lantern
Jesus Alberto Zuñiga Guzman
Colombia (Cauca Bolivar)
The largest sky lantern is 11.68 m (38 ft 3 in) high, 10 m (32 ft 9 in) wide, 9.3 m (30 ft 6 in) deep, and has a volume of 1,086.24 m³ (38,360.2 ft³). It was created by Jhon Freddy Daza, Eyder Burbano and Rene Muñoz (all Colombia). It was presented, measured and launched at the Orlando Hoyos Mendez Coliseum in Bolivar, Colombia, on 11 January 2009. The sky lantern was called "Homenaje a la Fauna del Planeta" ("Planets Wildlife Tribute") and was made of 2,500 full colored chinese papers.