A participant leaves the Blue Origin Space Simulator in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. An unnamed bidder paid US$28 million at auction on Saturday for a seat on board the first crewed spaceflight of Blue Origin on July 20, Photo: AFP A participant leaves the Blue Origin Space Simulator in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. An unnamed bidder paid US$28 million at auction on Saturday for a seat on board the first crewed spaceflight of Blue Origin on July 20, Photo: AFP
A participant leaves the Blue Origin Space Simulator in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. An unnamed bidder paid US$28 million at auction on Saturday for a seat on board the first crewed spaceflight of Blue Origin on July 20, Photo: AFP
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Unnamed bidder pays US$28 million to join Jeff Bezos on Blue Origin space flight next month

  • The Amazon founder revealed that he and his brother would take a place on board the company’s launch vehicle on July 20, to fly to the edge of space and back
  • Bezos and his brother will be joined by the winner of the charity auction, whose identity will be disclosed in coming weeks, and by a fourth mystery guest

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A participant leaves the Blue Origin Space Simulator in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. An unnamed bidder paid US$28 million at auction on Saturday for a seat on board the first crewed spaceflight of Blue Origin on July 20, Photo: AFP A participant leaves the Blue Origin Space Simulator in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. An unnamed bidder paid US$28 million at auction on Saturday for a seat on board the first crewed spaceflight of Blue Origin on July 20, Photo: AFP
A participant leaves the Blue Origin Space Simulator in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. An unnamed bidder paid US$28 million at auction on Saturday for a seat on board the first crewed spaceflight of Blue Origin on July 20, Photo: AFP
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