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Former Amazon CEO Set To Fly Into Space on July 20

U.S authorities have approved the Blue Origin Licence for flying human into Space. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved the human travel through the Blue Origin’s maiden crewed voyage. As stated by the aircraft firm, the aircraft shall take off on July 20. It will carry Amazon’s chief executive and the crew on the new Shepard launch system into the Space.

The aerospace manufacturer confirmed that Federal Aviation Administration has licensed Blue Origign to carry humans which will be valid until August. The Blue Origin will conduct its missions from its Launch Site One based in Texas. The site is for suborbital launch and engine test facility.

Before approving the launch vehicle of Blue Origin was required to test the hardware and software operations during a test flight. Also, FAA before approval ensured that the company and its launch vehicle met all regulatory requirements. The Blue Origin’s Space flight will take off over a week later after the tourism rival Virgin Galactic successfully completed its mission in and safely landed on Earth on Monday. Virgin Galactic successfully sent British Billionaire Richard Branson and its crew to the Space.

Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, and Elon Musks Space firm are working to usher a new commercial civilian Space travel is carried. Their missions are popularly called “billionaire race.” According to the new estimates of UBS, a Switzerland based investment bank, the annual Space tourism market will be $3 billion in a decade.

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