Amazon founder, Blue Origin New Shepard, will visit outer space on July 20 – one of his companions paid $28 million to go with him.
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Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos will visit the space on July 20, and this will be Blue Origin’s first flight with passengers. The petition supporting the refusal to return to Earth has already been signed by nearly 10,000 people, and the case has raised a lot of dust in the media.
Jose Ortiz, the petition’s organizer, likened Bezos to Lex Luthor, calling him the supposed owner of a very successful online business. Then he paralleled Bezos with a hollow space of fidelity, only interested in world domination. According to Ortiz, the petition must be signed because the fate of humanity is in our hands.
By the way, Jeff Bezos will go to space with his brother Mark Bezos, and they will have another passenger. A senior could bid in a travel auction with the CEO of Amazon. Therefore, the opportunity was eventually pushed out to $28 million. The money will go to one of the foundations of Blue Origin, whose mission is to encourage future generations to work in STEM fields and to “create the future of life in space.” A fourth passenger will also be announced prior to departure, but New Shepard will be able to carry six people. sub-orbital flight 11 minutes You will benefit, so Blue Origin is considering non-orbital flights. However, it rises 62 miles above the Earth, and this is already considered the limit of outer space.
Bezos has a number of critics, with many petitioners noting that he is drowning in his fortune while billions of people suffer or starve. Some say Bezos should take Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg with him.
The New Shepard is named after Alan Shepard, who was the first American in outer space. Already 15 successful missions have been completed with the spaceship outside the Karmann line, and the capsule carrying passengers has also been successfully tested three times. The latter is unmanned, fully automatic. According to Blue Origin, less than 600 astronauts have so far crossed the Kerman line.