From other questions here it has already been established that force users are able to use it to jump great heights and even fly, and perform all kinds of other "magical" feats. This got me wondering whether a force user could actually perform space travel travel just by "jumping" from one planet to another, using the force for maintaining correct propulsion and protection form hazards along the way, eschewing the need for a space craft.
The most obvious point that would need to be established first is whether it is actually technically possible for one to perform such a long jump, course correction notwithstanding. That leads to this question: What is the maximum known height(from the starting position on a planet or a planet-like body) that a force user has jumped or levitated. To disallow possible cheating due to a planet's immensely low gravity, let's multiply the height by planet's gravity relation to Earth's.
I am hoping to at least see examples of a force user going into near orbit.