In a profound moment of candor, Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos revealed that the failure of his mid-air unmanned spaceship 11 days ago was not the result of us wanted. Burning truth of his statement is certainly supported by the fact that NASA has poured millions of dollars of funding in the space company Bezos, Blue Origin, in the hope that people will one day ferry to the ISS and replace the shuttle program scuttled . Indeed, the last craft Blue Origin has looked every inch a shuttle-beater until it suddenly went Beserk at 45,000 feet, forcing the onboard computer to cut power Asimovian and dive nose in the ground in an effort to avoid civilian casualties. Not an ideal result, of course, but Jeff is unlikely to abandon its ambitions starry – everyone knows he has a thing for the thrusters .
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