30 Mar '17, 11am

Blue Origin unveils interior images of capsule to transport tourists to outer space

Blue Origin unveils interior images of capsule to transport tourists to outer space

New Shepard could transport the first space tourists to just above the Kármán line, commonly considered the boundary between Earth’s atmosphere and space. There they’ll float around weightless for a few minutes. Naturally windows are an all-important component of space tourism, and Blue Origin says on their website their capsule will have the biggest windows in the history of spaceflight . In an email, Bezos said, “Every seat’s a window seat, the largest windows ever in space.”

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