Bezos: Flying to space tomorrow, I’m not nervous at all now
For this, Bezos today In an interview with the media, he said: “People keep asking me if I am nervous. I am really not nervous. I am very excited and curious. I want to know what we are going to learn.”
< p>Bezos also said: “We have been training. The Rockets are ready and the crew are ready. This team is great. We feel really good about all of this.”
“Blue Origin” said yesterday that Bezos and three other passengers had started a 14-hour training program on Sunday, local time. The training program included safety briefings, space flight simulations, and rockets and their operations. Recall the guidance on how to float in the cabin after the spacecraft gets rid of the earth’s gravity.
The launch is scheduled to take place at 9 pm Beijing time on July 20. Blue Origin will be broadcast live from 7:30 pm Beijing time, and Bezos and others will make an appointment before the launch. Enter the space capsule in 45 minutes.
Bezos’ brother, Mark Bezos, said in an interview: “Personally, I can’t wait to take off. Listening to the rumble of the engine and The accelerating sound, I can’t wait to see how it feels. I’m really excited about it, especially when the parachute is opened.”
The other two passengers are 82-year-old Wally. · Wally Funk and 18-year-old high school graduate Oliver Damen are the oldest and youngest people to travel to space.
Fink said that she looks forward to somersaults, rolls, and whatever she wants to do by then. Damen said that since joining the crew last week, he has not slept much. He said in an interview: “My excitement overwhelms my tension.”