Jeff Bezos' space travel business is set to take off
Jeff Bezos' space travel business is set to take off on its inaugural voyage with passengers. On Tuesday, the creator of Blue Origin and Amazon would become the second billionaire to launch his personal spacecraft.
He'll take off from West Texas alongside his brother, an 18-year-old Dutchman, and an 82-year-old Texas woman aviation pioneer — the world's youngest and oldest astronauts. On the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket will take off by an unusual collection of riders.
Bezos aims to achieve a height of about 66 miles (106 kilometres) further than that of Richard Branson on 11 July.
Because the capsule is completely automated, no trained personnel are required for the short up-and-down journey, which is estimated to last only 10 minutes. Two pilots are designed to manage Branson's Virgin Galactic rocket jet.
“It'll be a luxury reserved for the wealthy,” said Jesus Ramirez, owner of a pizza business. With a cup of coffee in hand, he intended to witness the sunrise launching from the terrace of his restaurant.
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