By YEET MAGAZINE  | Published 0246 GMT (1046 HKT) June 14, 2021

A wealthy and lucky winner paid US $ 28 million on Saturday for an auction seat to accompany Jeff Bezos on Blue Origin's first space tourism flight scheduled for July 20.

The winner, whose identity will be known in the coming weeks, topped the post about twenty participants in these final online auctions which lasted less than ten minutes.

The process began in May with stakes that reached US $ 4.8 million on Thursday. That was the starting price on Saturday for that seat, alongside Amazon founder and his brother Mark.

READ MORE : Jeff Bezos, The First Billionaire To Travel To Space With His Own Rocket

The sale soared with the passage of ten million dollars, the participants - on the telephone and represented by employees of the RR Auction auction house - answering each other by the additional million, until reaching the sum of 28 million. The winner will also have to pay a 6% commission fee.

The proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Club for the Future foundation created by Blue Origin, intended to encourage young people to work in the scientific and space environment.

Jeff Bezos, who will step down as Amazon boss in July, announced in early June that he would be part of the first manned flight in the New Shepard rocket with his brother and the winner of an auction for a third seat.

Ariane Cornell, commercial director at Blue Origin, said on Saturday that a fourth space tourist would make the trip, without giving his identity.

The capsule that will be at the top of the rocket, with large windows, can accommodate up to six people in reclining seats, specially made to absorb the shock of the landing, according to Blue Origin.

Competition

New Shepard will take off from a desert in West Texas. The rocket will take off vertically and the capsule will separate from it at about 75 km in height, continuing its trajectory until passing the Karman line at an altitude of 100 km, which defines the limit between the Earth's atmosphere and the space.

Passengers will then be able to float in zero gravity for about three minutes and observe the curvature of the Earth.

During this time, the rocket will descend to land gently on a runway, still vertical.

Then the capsule will itself begin a free fall to return to Earth, and will be slowed down by three large parachutes and retro rockets before landing in the desert.

The rocket made 15 test flights and "we are ready to fly astronauts," Ariane Cornell said on Saturday, noting that only 569 people had crossed the Karman line.

This trip comes as competition rages between Blue Origin, the SpaceX group led by Elon Musk and Virgin Galactic founded by Richard Branson.

Space represents a priority for Jeff Bezos, and a potential source of considerable income, although Blue Origin is currently lagging behind its main competitor SpaceX in the field of satellites as well as missions in space.

Tourism can thus offer high income prospects, like the price of the third ticket reached on Saturday.

Mr Branson could board a test flight during the summer aboard the Virgin Galactic ship, but no specific date has been announced. His company expects regular commercial operations to begin in 2022. The group has already sold some 600 tickets priced between US $ 200,000 and US $ 250,000.

Space trip with Jeff Bezos sold for $ 28 million at auction

The winner, whose identity will be known only in a few weeks, topped the post about twenty participants in these online auctions which lasted less than ten minutes. The starting price for this seat was $ 4.8 million. The flight is scheduled for July 20.

The winner of the auction will be joined by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark and a fourth traveler.
The winner of the auction will be joined by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark and a fourth traveler. (MANDEL NGAN / AFP)

Posted on June 12, 2021 at 8:02 p.m.Updated Jun 12, 2021, 8:43 PM

Take-off is scheduled for next month. A seat for Blue Origin's first manned flight was bought at auction for $ 28 million in a sale that lasted less than ten minutes. It will allow its owner to soar into the sky on July 20, aboard the New Shepard shuttle.

They were about twenty to covet this place, whose starting price was set at 4.8 million dollars. For this flight, the winner of the auction, whose identity will only be known in a few weeks, will be accompanied by Jeff Bezos , founder of Amazon and boss of Blue Origin, his brother Mark, and a fourth passenger.

The sale took off with the passage of ten million dollars. The participants then answered each other by an additional million, until reaching the sum of 28 million. The winner must also pay 6% commission to the auction house RR Auction. The total amount will be donated to a foundation created by Blue Origin, intended to encourage young people to work in the scientific world.

Passengers in zero gravity

In the first auction round, some 5,200 bids from 136 countries were sent to Jeff Bezos' company. The price of flights envisioned in 2018 by Jeff Bezos was $ 200,000 for individuals. The capsule which will be at the top of the rocket, equipped with large windows, can accommodate up to six people.

SURVEY - Space awaits its first American "tourists"

New Shepard will take off from a desert in West Texas. The rocket will launch vertically and the capsule will separate from it at about 75 km in height, continuing its trajectory until exceeding the altitude of 100 km, which defines the limit between Earth's atmosphere and space.

Passengers on board will then be able to float in zero gravity for about three minutes and observe the curvature of the Earth. During this time, the rocket will descend to land gently on a runway, still vertical. Then the capsule will itself begin a free fall to return to Earth, and will be slowed down by three large parachutes and retro rockets before landing in the desert.

Blue Origin ahead of its competitors

About fifteen reconnaissance flights have already taken place following launches of the New Shepard shuttle. "We are ready to fly astronauts," said Ariane Cornell, commercial director at Blue Origin.

For the company created in 2000, the opportunity to make a first manned flight next month would allow it to tackle SpaceX, the company of Elon Musk , and Virgin Galactic, the company of Richard Branson, who have similar projects. The latter, which is struggling to carry out its commercial flight service in space, has already registered 600 reservations .

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Space flight with Jeff Bezos for $ 28 million

The proceeds from the auction, which lasted less than ten minutes, will be donated to the Club for the Future foundation, created by Blue Origin.

A rich and happy winner paid, on Saturday June 12, 28 million dollars (23.1 million euros) a place up for auction to accompany Jeff Bezos in the first space tourism flight of the company Blue Origin, scheduled for the 20 July.

The winner, whose identity will be known in the coming weeks, topped the post about twenty participants in these final online auctions, which lasted less than ten minutes.Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Space tourism on the launch pad

The process began in May with stakes that reached $ 4.8 million on Thursday. It was the starting price, Saturday, of this seat, alongside the founder of Amazon and his brother, Mark.

The sale soared with the passage of 10 million dollars, the participants - on the telephone and represented by employees of the RR Auction auction house - answering each other by the additional million, until reaching the sum of 28 million. The winner will also have to pay a 6% commission fee.

The proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Club for the Future foundation, created by Blue Origin, intended to encourage young people to work in science and space.

Four people for this first space tourist trip

Jeff Bezos, who will step down as Amazon boss in July, announced in early June that he would be part of the first manned flight in the New Shepard rocket with his brother and the winner of an auction for a third seat. .

Ariane Cornell, commercial director at Blue Origin, said on Saturday that a fourth space tourist would make the trip, without giving his identity.

The capsule, which will sit atop the rocket, with large windows, can accommodate up to six people in reclining seats, specially made to absorb the shock of the landing, according to Blue Origin.Article reserved for our subscribers Read also Jeff Bezos dreams of sending humanity into space

Passengers will float in zero gravity for three minutes

New Shepard will take off from a desert in West Texas. The rocket will launch vertically and the capsule will separate from it at about 75 kilometers in height, continuing its trajectory until passing the Karman line, at an altitude of 100 kilometers, which defines the limit between the atmosphere. terrestrial and space.

Passengers will then be able to float in zero gravity for about three minutes and observe the curvature of the Earth.

During this time, the rocket will descend to land gently on a runway, still vertical. Then the capsule will itself begin a free fall to return to Earth and will be slowed down by three large parachutes and retro-rockets before landing in the desert.

Read also Billionaire Richard Branson plans to make his own space travel by July

The rocket made fifteen test flights and "we are ready to fly astronauts," Ariane Cornell said on Saturday, stressing that only 569 people had crossed the Karman line.

Jeff Bezos dreams of sending humanity into spaceBy Alexandre Piquard

Posted Jun 11, 2021, 5:48 a.m. - Updated Jun 11, 2021, 10:22 a.m.

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INVESTIGATION Saturday, June 12, the founder of Amazon is auctioning a seat in the rocket that is to take the first tourists in zero gravity in July and in which he himself intends to take place. His big project is to eventually create colonies in space. But the billionaire faces competition from another space entrepreneur in a hurry, Elon Musk.

“The Earth is no longer great. Humanity is great. (…) We have an ever increasing demand for energy. Making progress in energy efficiency will not solve this problem (…). If you take the current demand, you can meet it by covering all of Nevada with solar panels. (…) But, in two hundred years, the surface of the entire planet will have to be covered. It will not happen. "

The author of this implacable indictment is not a radical environmentalist. This is Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, launched on May 9, 2019, in a large presentation, alone on stage, one eye on the teleprompter . The entrepreneur does not conclude either that, to save the planet, it is logically necessary to reduce energy consumption, or even to opt for decrease. " We have the choice. Do we want stagnation and rationing? Or do we want dynamism and growth? It's an easy choice, ”he says, rejecting the idea that “ our grandchildren can be the first to live worse lives than ours ”. But what then does Jeff Bezos propose? To go into space.“If we move around the Solar System, for all of our day-to-day activities, we have unlimited resources. "Article reserved for our subscribers Read also

Space tourism on the launch pad

Jeff Bezos is very serious. That day, at the Washington Convention Center, he unveiled to the press a prototype of a small module intended to land on the Moon. And on Saturday, June 12, he is auctioning off a seat in the rocket, which, on July 20, is to make the first space tourists in history take off. He himself has just announced that he wants to be part of the trip, with his little brother Mark . Space is one of the activities to which the richest man in the world wishes to devote himself when he leaves his post as CEO of Amazon, the e-commerce giant he founded, on July 5. He named his space company Blue Origin, to remind humans tomorrow that they are from the “blue planet”.

"It would be an incredible civilization"

Behind him parade illustrations. We see an old wooden barn from the Midwest and a beautiful university, in an imaginary green valley, crossed by an ultramodern railcar and bordered in the distance by skyscrapers. A glass roof covers the landscape, the horizon of which curves as far as the eye can see.

Jeff Bezos is the founder of Amazon. He is also the CEO of Amazon.is the founder of Amazon. He is also the CEO of Amazon.

Jeff Bezos still owns 11% of Amazon's shares. His wife MacKenzie Bezos owns 5%.Bezos owns 5%.

When Jeff Bezos decides to sell certain Amazon stocks for dollars, he announces it well in advance to reassure the stock market of his intentions.well in advance to reassure the stock market of its intentions.

If Jeff Bezos tried to sell all of his stock, Amazon's stock price would drop quickly. Everyone would panic when they saw the main shareholder but also the CEO sell all of his shares.was trying to sell all of its stock, Amazon's stock price would drop rapidly. Everyone would panic when they saw the main shareholder but also the CEO sell all of his shares.

It would give the impression that Jeff Bezos no longer has confidence in Amazon's future. no longer has confidence in Amazon's future.

Ultimately, Jeff Bezos would earn much less cash than his current Amazon stock valuation. would earn much less cash than its current Amazon stock valuation.

Jeff Bezos , who firmly believes in his project, therefore has no interest in taking such a step., who firmly believes in his project, therefore has no interest in taking such a step.

Is Jeff Bezos the richest man in history? If not, who was the richest?is he the richest man in history? If not, who was the richest?

Oh, far not. He's not even the richest man in modern American history.

Let me introduce you to some of his compatriots much richer than him:

John D. Rockefeller - 420 billion. Rockefeller as in the "Rockefeller center" or "Rockefeller foundation". Or "Rockefeller University" or "the founder of the University of Chicago.

Andrew Carnegie - $ 372 billion. Carnegie as in "Carnegie Mellon University" or "Carnegie Library" or "Carnegie Trust for Scottish Universities"

As you may have noticed, both are best known today for their charitable work - the very long-term investments that have made the United States the superpower it has been for most of the 20th century.

The same cannot be said of Jeff Besos. Besos.

Then if we look further in time:

Mansa Musa - at least 400 billion in gold; in fact priceless. On his own he caused the inflation that destroyed the economy of the northern part of the African continent during his Hajj.

Emperor Augustus - 4.6 trillion (approx), as he was personally the owner of all of ancient Egypt.

Why is Jeff Bezos less charitable than Bill Gates? is he less charitable than Bill Gates?

Why is Jeff Bezos less charitable than Bill Gates?

Bill Gates was Microsoft's full-time CEO until about 25 years after the company was founded. During this period, he was often criticized for not having made charitable donations. I once wrote an article in school on "The Lonely Funeral of Bill Gates".

Gates' philosophy was to make a lot of money and then give it away. He felt that as long as he earned great returns on his Microsoft stocks, he could serve the world better by amassing a greater fortune to give later than by giving that money immediately. He also believed that if he simply gave billions to an existing charity, much of it would go to waste, and he only started donating large sums once he and his wife could directly oversee its use.

Bezos celebrates 25 years of Amazon. At the same time in Gates' life, people were criticizing him for his lack of generosity. Bezos recently created a $ 2 billion fund focused on homelessness and education, and it could be the start of something bigger. I think we shouldn't be judging Jeff Bezos until much later in his life.

Is Jeff Bezos the killer of our local French business? is he the murderer of our local French trade?

Jeff Bezos came to your house to put a knife to your throat to buy on Amazon?

No, millions of people have chosen to go through its site or others because:

  1. There are more choices
  2. There is stock
  3. You can buy in the evening, on weekends, on public holidays,….
  4. We have home delivery

If on the questions of choice, stock or delivery the local shops can not do much, concerning the openings we could have done something if the French unions did not block all.

But on arrival it is the French like you and me who decided that we would prefer to buy on a site than in a local store but as the French are cowards and collaborators they prefer to point the finger at each other, always a other than to assume their choice.

How did Jeff Bezos develop Amazon if he couldn't write any codes?, Did he develop Amazon if he couldn't write any codes?

The premise of this question is quite wrong. Jeff Bezos knew how to write code when he started Amazon.

Some evidence:

  • Jeff Bezos studied computer science and electrical engineering at Princeton University from 1982 to 1986. He even graduated with the best grades.
  • After graduating from college. he was starting to work for DE Shaw & Co, a recently formed investment fund with a strong focus on the mathematical model. I don't think he is able to create the mathematical model without programming skills.

The important thing is that he knew how to run a business. And it is the most important skill of a successful entrepreneur. He knew how to hire a good programmer, as well as good accounting and human resources. No one knows how to do it all. It is an important skill for an entrepreneur to be smart enough to get help.What would happen if (for example) Jeff Bezos gave € 1 million to every human being? gave € 1 million to every human being?

He could give it to a few people and then he will have nothing. It won't change much for humanity.

Jeff can give $ 10–20 to every human being, not $ 1 million. 30 €, already he does not have enough money to be able to do it.

3Could Jeff Bezos write a check to wipe out the US national debt? could he write a check to wipe out the US national debt?

 :Could Jeff Bezos write a check and make the United States' national debt go away?

To answer these types of questions, there's no better way than to stick to the numbers.

The numbers don't lie.

Jeff Bezos' current fortune is around $ 190 billion. This is a virtual fortune because it is mainly based on the valuation of its Amazon shares.

Jeff Bezos has about $ 10 billion in “real” money.

Nevertheless, let's say he could have this $ 190 billion directly in his hands.

With this money, Jeff Bezos would suddenly be interested in solving the problem of the American public debt. It would be amazing, but always assume it is possible.

Jeff Bezos would check out the US government debt figures:

And there, he would be surprised to see that this debt is already over 28 160 billion dollars!

Thus, by spending all his fortune to reduce the American debt, Jeff Bezos was only able to repay 0.63% at most.

This would not change the upward trajectory of US public debt. Jeff Bezos couldn't change anything.

As a reminder, US public debt today represents more than 130% of US GDP. The situation is therefore more than worrying.

How rich is Jeff Bezos ?Is Bezos Rich?

If you made $ 200,000 every day since the birth of Jesus Christ, you would still be less wealthy than Jeff Bezos.

  • Bezos' net worth is greater than the GDP of Iceland, Afghanistan and Costa Rica combined.
  • After his divorce, he had to sell 25% of the shares of Amazon, which today corresponds to around 40 billion dollars. However, he remains the richest person on the planet.
  • He can eliminate both hunger in the world and house all the homeless on the planet, he would still have a few billion left.

Here is a "game" to realize the extent of its wealth:Does Jeff Bezos personally read emails sent to jeff@amazon.com as the caption has it?Does Bezos personally read emails sent to jeff@amazon.com as the caption says?

For doing it last December,
I don't know if he read the message I sent him, but his assistant answered me.
For what follows, everything depends on the strength of the message.
In my case, the subject did not have enough interest.

I had the opportunity to contact in the same way two owner managers of groups of international companies generating several billion euros of annual turnover and being themselves billionaires and extremely well known. Through the assistant of one, I met a member of the board of the group and I personally met the other.

All the men and women of our planet have functions in common and it is not written anywhere that you cannot seek support for a project or the like from people who have the means to help you. It remains to have a subject to match the person and a convincing message.

Who is the smartest between Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos ?Bezos ?

Thanks for the D2R, Landry James

I have to presume the intelligence of Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos . Based on what?Bezos . Based on what?

I have never met them.

I only know them like you through articles on the web written by intern journalists.

I only know what they have achieved, or rather had their team achieve.

So what should I base myself on to evaluate? What would you do it on?

So I will base myself on the business they have done.

One took men into space by retrieving the launcher and created a niche product with a strong image.

The other sells to all Terrans (many earthlings) products often general public from real vendors taking a commission and managing the logistics. Kind of like a peanut vendor.

Have I said enough or do I need more?

Why is Jeff Bezos such a genius?Is Bezos such a genius?

Brian kruegerFormerly VP Global Talent Acquisition at Amazon Why is Jeff Bezos such a genius?Bezos such a genius?

He is not.

I worked for Jeff at Amazon. He's not a genius. It is very close to it, but not at all.at Amazon. He's not a genius. It is very close to it, but not at all.

At least not in the usual way of identifying a genius. Here is Wikipedia's definition: "A genius is a person who demonstrates exceptional intellectual capacity, creative productivity, universality of genres, or originality, typically to a degree that is associated with making further progress in a field of knowledge. ”

I know, you read this and you tell yourself it is, of course. But it is not. And Jeff is humble enough to be one of the first to say he's no genius. is humble enough to be one of the first to say he's no genius.

Jeff is extremely intelligent, very creative, and one of the brightest minds I know. He is a visionary. He is motivated. But he's no genius.is extremely intelligent, very creative, and one of the brightest minds I know. He is a visionary. He is motivated. But he's no genius.

Yet he surrounds himself with the best talent, many of whom are geniuses in a wide variety of disciplines and specters. Transformational business leaders (like Jeff ) are rarely classic geniuses. Conversely, geniuses are rarely transformational business leaders.) are rarely classic geniuses. Conversely, geniuses are rarely transformational business leaders.

Jeff's "genius" (if you want to call him that) is that he's not afraid to hire people smarter than him. And he's humble enough to listen to them. So what he created as a company is a genius, but that doesn't make Jeff a genius as a person and as an individual.Jeff a genius as a person and as an individual.

By the way, Steve Jobs wasn't a genius either (although Jeff is certainly closer to the classic definition of genius). Jeff often sits silently in a meeting listening to the thoughts, ideas and opinions of others. Then he synthesizes and formulates the following steps. And it inspires people to do what it takes to take the next steps.Jeff often sits silently in a meeting listening to the thoughts, ideas and opinions of others. Then he synthesizes and formulates the following steps. And it inspires people to do what it takes to take the next steps.

Is that genius? No. Albert Einstein was truly a genius. Stephen Hawking was clearly a genius. Jeff is simply one of the best (some would say the best) both at hiring the right people and at bringing out the genius in others. is simply one of the best (some would say the best) both at hiring the right people and at bringing out the genius of others.

And that is his genius.

Will anyone ever be richer than Jeff Bezos ?Bezos ?

Yes.

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