The richest person in the world, Jeff Bezos, is preparing to go on a space journey on July 20 with the aerospace research company Blue Origins, of which he is the CEO. It was announced that the people Bezos would take with him first, would be his brother Mark Bezos and Wally Funk, and the last remaining seat was with auction was available for sale.
The owner of the last seat, which was sold for $ 28 million, stated that he could not participate in the flight due to some mishaps, so the ticket to the space journey with Bezos was transferred to Joes Daemen, CEO of Somerset Capitals Partner. Joes Daemen stated that he gave his son his due, and thus, Daemen’s 18-year-old son Oliver Daemen, has a chance to be the youngest person to go into space. accessed.
Oliver Daemen, an 18-year-old physics student
Rich business people and famous names around the world, for large sums have become in a way competing with each other to make space travel. First, Sir Richard Branson traveled to space on the Virgin Galactica space rocket, and now it’s Jeff Bezos’ turn, the richest person in the world.
Jeff Bezos is taking his brother Mark Bezos and Wally Funk, an American ex-pilot, for next week’s flight. The last empty seat next to Bezos was given to Oliver, son of famous businessman Joes Daemen. Oliver, who is 18 years old, is at the end of this journey, which is expected to take 10 minutes. the youngest in space, also 82-year-old Wally Funk the oldest i in space will be sim.