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Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin Completes First Passenger Flight to Space

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Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin, Completes First
Passenger Flight
to Space .
ABC News reports that on July 20, Jeff Bezos successfully launched into space on his rocket company’s first flight carrying passengers.
ABC News reports that on July 20, Jeff Bezos successfully launched into space on his rocket company’s first flight carrying passengers.
The short flight saw Blue Origin's
New Shepherd rocket soar into space
and land back on the desert floor 10 minutes later.
The short flight saw Blue Origin's
New Shepherd rocket soar into space
and land back on the desert floor 10 minutes later.
The short flight saw Blue Origin's
New Shepherd rocket soar into space
and land back on the desert floor 10 minutes later.
Among the passengers were Bezos’ younger brother,
an 82-year-old aviation pioneer from the Dallas area
and an 18-year-old from the Netherlands.
Among the passengers were Bezos’ younger brother,
an 82-year-old aviation pioneer from the Dallas area
and an 18-year-old from the Netherlands.
They became the oldest and the youngest people to ever travel off the planet.
The rocket launch took place on the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The rocket launch took place on the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The New Shepherd rocket was named after America’s first astronaut, Alan Shepherd. .
The New Shepherd rocket was named after America’s first astronaut, Alan Shepherd. .
Just over a week ago, fellow billionaire Richard Branson successfully achieved a suborbital passenger flight aboard his Virgin Galactic rocket the VSS Unity
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