Space tourism – Pulzus survey

In January, one of Blue Origin’s rockets passed one of the most significant tests; transporting an intact crash test dummy into space at the height of 100 km and then successfully landing both the rocket and the capsule carrying the dummy on the ground.

The first journey is set to take place on July 20th. Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, and his younger brother, Mark, will also be among the first crew members of the New Shepard. The spaceship will transport its passengers to a height of around 100 kilometres during the ten-minute voyage, where they will be able to see the curvature of the Earth and experience weightlessness.
Bezos, one of the world’s wealthiest men, intends to standardize space tourism in the future.

We wanted to know what Pulzus users thought. 47% of respondents do not want to visit space, and only 38% would like to do so.

If you had the opportunity, would you take part in a space trip?

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