Another passenger who will go to space with Jeff Bezos’ aerospace research company Blue Origin has been announced.
On July 20, it was announced that Oliver Daemen will accompany Bezos on his space journey.
WILL GO TO SPACE AT THE AGE OF 18
Oliver Daemen, 18, living in the Netherlands, will start studying at Utrecht University to study physics and innovation management.
Daemen will accompany Bezos in the seat, which sold for $28 million at auction, and will become the “youngest person in space”.
18-year-old Oliver Daemen will accompany Jeff Bezos on his space journey #1
SINCE 4 YEARS…
Other names to go to space with Jeff Bezos; Mark Bezos, brother of the American billionaire, and Wally Funk, a female pilot.
“This marks the start of commercial operations for New Shepard. Oliver represents the next generation of people who will help us build a path to space,” Blue Origin CEO Bob Smith said in a statement. said.
It was stated that the flight would “make a dream come true for Oliver, who has been fascinated with space, the Moon and rockets since he was 4 years old.”
18-year-old Oliver Daemen will accompany Jeff Bezos on his space journey #2
“IT WILL BE THE MOST SPECIAL 10 MINUTES OF MY LIFE”
Oliver Daemen, 18, who graduated from high school last year, took a year off to get his private pilot’s license.
Daemen will start university education in September. “This is a dream come true,” Daemen told the Dutch press. said.
“I never expected this until I got an amazing phone call from Blue Origin last week.” Daemen said of space travel, “It’s incredibly cool. It only takes 10 minutes to fly into space, but I already know it will be the most special 10 minutes of my life.” used the phrases.