Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has announced that he will soon be heading to space travel with his brother Mark. On July 20, Jeff Bezos will fly into space for the first time from his rocket company Blue Origin. They have their brother Mark and a guy.
In fact, the third space set aside for this space travel is being auctioned off online, ending on June 12th. It is only after this that Jeff is revealed to be the third person to go on a space flight. The current bidding for this auction is said to be 8 2,800,000.
This was the first space flight by rocket company Blue Origin. According to the AFP report, this space flight lasts a total of 10 minutes, with passengers spending four minutes on the Carmen line. The Carman line marks the boundary between the Earth’s atmosphere and space. It is, in a way, the boundary between Earth’s atmosphere and space.
The flight is scheduled for July 20, nearly two weeks after Jeff Bezos planned to step down from chief executive officer of Amazon.com Inc. Jeff Bezos, who posted his space travel on social media, said: “When I was only 5, I was dreaming of space travel. On July 20, I will be doing this journey with my brother and it will be a great adventure with my best friend.”
What is the Carman line?
As we mentioned earlier, the Corman line defines the boundary between the Earth’s atmosphere and space. However, there are disagreements among various organizations regarding this line. According to the International Quality-Setting and Record Keeping Body Federation Aeronautical International (FAI) of Aeronautics and Astronauts, the Kerman Line is 100 kilometers (62 mi; 3,30,000 feet) above the Earth’s average sea level. .
At the same time, there are still some organizations that do not give their exposure to this standard. For example, the US Air Force and NASA believe that the Carmen line is 50 miles (80 kilometers) above sea level. It is important to know here that there is no international law defining the boundaries of space.