Blue Origin Completes First Human Space Flight, Jeff Bezos Aboard

Blue Origin, the company backed by Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos, has completed its first manned flight into space, with the billionaire aboard.

The module touched down with four first-time astronauts on board, around ten minutes after taking off from Texas.

Rewatch the video, which was live-streamed on Blue Origin’s YouTube channel, below:

Blue Origin posted the following “Key Mission Stats” to their Twitter:

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