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ID: 212211

URL: https://www.theverge.com/2021/7/20/22585956/blue-origin-crew-photo-launch

Date: 2021-07-20

An on-the-ground look at Blue Origin’s motley crew

Today, Wally Funk, 81, and Oliver Daemen, 18, made history as the oldest and youngest people ever to go to space. They hitched a ride with Jeff Bezos and his brother, Mark, aboard the New Shepard, a rocket made by Bezos company, Blue Origin. Blue Origin will eventually sell seats, though Bezos declined to say how much theyd sell for. Well be announcing that later, Bezos said, when The Verge asked how much his company plans to charge. Whens later? Were not quite sure yet. Daemen was the first paying customer — though he didnt win the June auction for the seat. That winner, who remains anonymous, bid $28 million to fly, but had to reschedule for vague scheduling conflicts. (Blue Origin would not identify the bidder or explain what the issue was.) Daemens dad, a Dutch private equity firms CEO, was bumped up from the next mission, and gave the seat to his son. We know the vehicle is safe. If the vehicle is not safe for me, its not safe for anyone, Bezos said in an interview with CNN. If nothing else, its good advertising for space tourism.