Amazon announced its first lunar module “Blue Moon” at a conference in Washington on Thursday, May 9. With this machine, Jeff Bezos dreams of sending the first astronauts in 2024.
“This car will land on the moon.” This is what Jeff Bezos said when he introduced his first lunar landing module (called the “Blue Moon”) on Thursday, May 9. Manufactured by Blue Origin, an Amazon boss, this machine will be able to transport humans to the moon by 2024.
Ensuring “sustainable human presence”
According to the official website, this is the result of years of development, and the spacecraft can drop a weight of up to 3.6 tons on the moon’s surface.
The Blue Moon site promises: “Its smooth landing capabilities and landing accuracy will make humans sustainable on the moon.”
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Newcomer to the moon in the year 2024
According to the US CNBC website, Jeff Bezos hopes that astronaut Mike Pence will send astronauts to the moon with the “Blue Moon” by 2024.
To that end, Amazon bosses invest more than $ 1 billion in Blue Origin each year. Jeff Bezos said: “It’s time to return to the moon, this time to stay there.”