Blue Origin successfully conducted the sixth suborbital tourist flight

Blue Origin successfully conducted the sixth suborbital tourist flight

A private aerospace company, Blue Origin, successfully carried out the NS-22 mission, in which six tourists went on a suborbital flight. The New Shepard spacecraft, with a crew, launched from the Launch Site One site in West Texas at 09:57 local time and returned to Earth about 10 minutes later after a soft landing.

Although the suborbital flight lasted only a few minutes, there is no doubt that the crew members received a lot of unforgettable impressions, a space tourist joked when the passenger capsule landed in the Texas desert.

As part of the NS-22 mission, Cobi Cotton was a crew member.

It is noted that Vanessa O'Brien became the first woman to travel in space, climbing the highest mountain in the world . Cotton and Sabri did not pay for the seats on the NS-22 mission, as they were sponsored by the non-profit organizations MoonDAO and Space for Humanity. The cost of flying for the rest of the crew was not reported. For Blue Origin, the current suborbital tourist flight became sixth.