‘We could all do it in our seats right here’: Veteran Hollywood actor Tom Hanks has hilariously responded to Jeff Bezos’s invitation to embark on one of his space flights.
‘Robbing our children’: Prince William has slammed the ‘space race billionaires’ for their obsession with space travel and tourism.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos has been laughing all the way to the bank despite early predictions that his Amazon venture would be a failure.
William Shatner and three other civilians will be travelling to space today with Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin. Shatner is the oldest in the crew.
‘Star Trek’ actor William Shatner will be flown into space on Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin Rocket and is the oldest person to ever go into space.
Shatner, as Kirk, commanded the USS Enterprise on a five-year mission. His actual voyage to space will be far shorter – about 10 minutes
Jeff Bezos’s short trip to space was met with plenty of ridicule and condemnation from Twitter users who also trolled the shape of his rocket.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos spent a few minutes in space on a reusable rocket built by his firm Blue Origin on Tuesday 20 July in a small step toward his stated goal of building floating space colonies.
Jeff Bezos spent a few minutes in space on reusable rocket built by his firm Blue Origin as part of a four-member crew, in a small step toward his stated goal of building floating space colonies.
Dutch teenager Oliver Daemen will travel alongside Bezos to space as the youngest person ever to do so at just 18.
If all goes according to plan, this will be the 15th successful test flight.
Multiple cameras helped immortalise the few minutes the tourists experienced weightlessness while taking in the Earth’s curvature. Watch the Blue Origin test flight here.
Blue Origin’s NS-13 mission will fly 12 customer payloads to space on the New Shepard rocket, including a payload for NASA. Watch the live stream here.
Robotic landers and rovers have been touching down on Mars since the 1970s, but when will humanity finally set foot on the Red Planet?
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin launched its 12th crewless tests of the New Shepard rocket earlier this week. See the spectacular photos here.