25 Nov '15, 3pm

Amazon's Jeff Bezos is the first to land a rocket intact upon return from space

Now that the rocket design has been validated, Bezos plans to run a series of test flights with the eventual hope of offering trips to the edge of space for civilian “astronauts” who want to experience the thrill of space travel. Each flight in the New Shepard craft would be able to hold six people and allow passengers to experience several minutes of weightlessness before re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere. While Blue Origin is already taking names for its waiting list , there’s no word yet on when seats are expected to open up, or how much each trip will cost.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/amazons-jeff-bezos-is-the-first-to-l...

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