Japanese billionaire Maezawa reportedly sacrificed $ 20-40 million for his planned space flight that did not travel to Russia’s Soyuz MS-20 from the Baikonur space base on December 8.
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa hit the button to make his dreams of space come true. Maezawa will visit the International Space Station (ISS) in December aboard the Soyuz MS-20 spacecraft belonging to the Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos). US space tourism company Space Adventures said Thursday that Japanese billionaire Maezawa has started preparations for a mission to the International Space Station (ISI).
It was announced that Maezawa and production assistant Yozo Hirano are expected to board the Russian Soyuz MS-20 from the Baikonur space base on December 8, 2021. It has been reported that the famous billionaire will spend between $ 20 million and $ 40 million. dollars for the ISI trip for a 12-day trip accompanied by Russian cosmonaut Aleksander Misurkin.
WILL BE THE FIRST TOURIST TO GO TO THE MONTH
On the other hand, the Japanese billionaire will also participate in the first trip organized by the rocket, satellite and space shuttle company SpaceX of the American entrepreneur Elon Musk around the Earth’s moon in 2023. Preparing to be the first tourist on moon, Maezawa announced that she is looking for 8 people to accompany her on her journey.
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Billionaire, 45, Maezawa, in his Twitter post, said US rocket and space shuttle maker SpaceX would cover all expenses for the “dearMoon” moon tour in 2023.
The famous billionaire said he was looking for a life partner to take him to the moon last year, then gave up.
APPLICATIONS ENDED MARCH 14
For tourism, the lunar trip will take 3 days. Fly to the Moon first, then return to orbit, then come back to Earth. Maezawa stressed that nominations will continue until March 14 and that they expect the talks to be completed in May.
Country name, email address and a profile picture were required to apply. At the last meeting, a medical check-up will be carried out. Maezawa explained that the most important criterion for him was to see favorable and consenting candidates.
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HAVE EXCEPTIONAL HABITS
45-year-old Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who owns the country’s largest shopping site, Zozotown, is known for his unusual media behavior.
Yusaku Maezawa, who paid $ 111 million for a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat in 2017, announced he would distribute a total of more than $ 9 million to 1,000 Twitter followers to see if the money would bring happiness end of 2018..
Yusaku Maezawa announced that he would identify the winners by being among the more than 4 million people who retweeted his post on Twitter.