The last seat in Bezos’ journey into space sold for millions

Jeff Bezos Himself that he would be on that flight, which attracted a lot of interest around the world.

The news was reported by various media outlets, as Jeff Bezos will be the first billionaire to go into space on a spacecraft from a company he owns.

It seems that this was reflected in the public auction of the remaining seat, as the bidding pace accelerated, closing the auction at $28 million.

The company said that it will not announce the name of the winner until shortly before the start of the trip.

The value of the seat will not go to the company, as the company announced that this amount will be entirely for the non-profit organization owned by the company, whose name is (Future Club), and this institution was launched in 2019, and aims to motivate new generations to work in the scientific and creative fields and invent solutions to travel and live in The space.

Analysts say the sale of the remaining seat from Blue Origin’s flight is a victory for this company over its competitors, as it has withdrawn from them the spotlight, especially with regard to commercial space tourism.

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The company (Blue Origin) announced the launch of its first flight into space with a crew on July 20, this flight, which contains seats for six, and also announced that one of these seats will be auctioned for those who wish to experience space travel.

People flocked to this auction, bringing the value of the seat to about two and a half million dollars, and then the surprise occurred with an announcement Jeff Bezos Himself that he would be on that flight, which attracted a lot of interest around the world.

The news was reported by various media outlets, as Jeff Bezos will be the first billionaire to go into space on a spacecraft from a company he owns.

It seems that this was reflected in the public auction of the remaining seat, as the bidding pace accelerated, closing the auction at $28 million.

The company said that it will not announce the name of the winner until shortly before the start of the trip.

The value of the seat will not go to the company, as the company announced that this amount will be entirely for the non-profit organization owned by the company, whose name is (Future Club), and this institution was launched in 2019, and aims to motivate new generations to work in the scientific and creative fields and invent solutions to travel and live in The space.

Analysts say the sale of the remaining seat from Blue Origin’s flight is a victory for this company over its competitors, as it has withdrawn from them the spotlight, especially with regard to commercial space tourism.

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