Here’s how Blue Origin trained Jeff Bezos and his crew for an 11-minute launch into space

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When Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Blue Origin, launches into space on his company’s suborbital New Shepard rocket on Tuesday (July 20), and and his three crewmates will rely on just over a dozen hours of flight training.

Bezos, his brother Mark, Mercury 13 aviator Wally Funk and 18-year-old physics student Oliver Daemen are expected to make the first crewed flight aboard New Shepard Tuesday (July 20). From liftoff to landing, the suborbital flight should last 11 minutes and give the quartet at least three minutes of weightlessness before returning to Earth.

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