This was the first voyage of Blue Origin launched by Jeff Bezos aimed at space tourism
- The group was the world’s oldest astronaut and youngest astronaut.
- The rocket was launched from the desert of Texas
- Booster rocket launches Blue Origin crew capsule from the launch pad at West Texas Sportport
- The team returned after staying in Zero Gravity for minutes
Jeff Bezos and the crew successfully complete the space tourism mission. This is the first time a group of civilians have returned to space without a pilot. This is the first voyage of Blue Origin, launched by Jeff Bezos for space tourism.
The group was the world’s oldest astronaut and youngest astronaut. The rocket fired from the desert of Texas. The booster rocket was launched from the launch pad at the West Texas Sportport with the Blue Origin company crew capsule. The team returned after staying in Zero Gravity for minutes.
In 7 minutes and 32 seconds, the booster rocket returned safely to the landing pad. The parachute of the crew capsule was deployed in eight minutes and 25 seconds. The capsule touched the ground in 10 minutes 21 seconds. The world’s second space expedition, led by world billionaire Jeff Bezos, took place on July 20. The record for the first voyage was set on July 11 by billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic Company.