The 18-year-old Student’s Identity Flew Into The Space Of The Space With Jeff Bezos

Blue Origin's company of Jeff Bezos billionaire reveals the first customer identity to pay to the space edge. Lucky (and wealthy) guests won the auction for the chair on the capsule board Oliver Daemen, a 18-year-old physics student, who will be recorded is the only youngest person who flew up space.Oliver is the son of Joes Daemen, CEO of Somerset Capital Partners in the Netherlands.Joes Daemen was the second person in the auction for the first flight ticket of the New Shepard train. The winner paid the price of 28 million USD, according to Blue Origin announced, however, this person withdrew from the first flight of the Calendar

. According to the Private Space Flying Company, this customer will go to the universe On another flight of Blue Origin in the future. Blue Origin did not disclose the amount of money Joes Daemen paid to his son's ticket. New Shepard's fire is a reusable means that can carry up to 6 people in orbit space
Equipment has successfully launched 15 times, including three test flights related to ensuring that the emergency system of the crew works well. The rocket was controlled by computer on board and did not need a driver.4 who was present on the first commercial flight on July 20, including: Jeff Bezos, the founder of Blue Origin, former Amazon leader; His brother, Mark Bezos; Oliver Daemen and female pillars Tien Phong Wally Funk, 82 years old. Funk is one of the 13 women trained in NASA's Mercury 13 program in the 1960s. However, she has never been flying into space and have continued his career as an inspector of the US Federal Aviation Administration and an aviation safety investigator of the US National Traffic Safety Commission. With the selection of Funk and young boys Daemen Making the first passengers, Blue Origin will set a record for both the oldest and youngest people flying into space. Funk will break the record of astronaut John Glenn, who has traveled on the shuttle Discovery at the age of 77 in 1998. Meanwhile, Daemen will break the record of the Russian astronaut Gherman Titov, who flies around Earth at the age of 25 in 1961.

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