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    People Were Upset Over Amazon's New App Icon. The Company's Response Is a Brilliant Example of Emotional Intelligence

    I wrote last month about Amazon's new app icon that had started popping up in different parts of the world with a software update. At the time, I argued it was a smart move because the new icon capitalized on the goodwill people associate with receiving a package from  Amazon.

    Others, however, saw the icon differently. Specifically, they pointed out how the icon bore an unfortunate resemblance to the signature mustache of one particularly unpopular historical figure. 

    They weren't entirely wrong. You could certainly find an allusion to a certain World War II-era German dictator if you wanted to, even if it's in an icon that was clearly meant to resemble the side of an Amazon box with its signature smile and blue tape. 

    I still thought the overall redesign was a great way for the company to capitalize on its most effective and valuable brand asset: Its brown boxes. At the time, I wrote:

    The thing about shopping on Amazon is to get the box. That's the physical experience. Opening your front door, bringing a brown box with blue tape, and opening it up. The box is the experience because it represents the thing you want to have. 

    The point is, you don't use the app to fill a shopping cart, you use the app to get the box. Everyone likes getting a box from Amazon. The new app icon sort of says, "Want that feeling? Tap me."

    On Monday, however, Amazon rolled out the app icon with an update. This time it had a small tweak that was almost certainly in response to the backlash. In place of the square piece of tape with a ragged cut edge, it now features a more squared-off piece with a folded corner.

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    We'll set aside that the new app icon is almost guaranteed to trigger those of us who have an obsessive-compulsive reaction to imperfect packing tape (it's a real thing, leave me alone). The new version is brilliant exactly because it shows the company is listening.

    In fact, it reminds me of something Jeff Bezos said in an interview in 2018. 

    "First, look in a mirror and decide if your critics are right," Bezos said. "If they are, change." That appears to be exactly what Amazon did. It recognized that its effort to update its icon might give some people the wrong idea, saw that it wasn't worth digging in on, and changed the icon.

    That isn't always easy, and it's a great example of emotional intelligence. The newest version still communicates the exact same sentiment that I described previously about the box, now without any mixed connotation. It's not often that giant companies make changes like this, and the fact that Amazon made a subtle tweak is pure marketing genius.

    Think about how much benefit they got from the most minor of changes. Sure, you can argue they should have seen it before, and never released the previous version. That's fair, I suppose, though I'd argue that the previous version was just fine. It was very clear that it was meant to resemble a box and tape and the e-commerce company's logo. 

    Then again, I suppose when you're one of the largest, most powerful companies on the planet, and facing criticism for the amount of control you have over the everyday lives of Americans, it's best to avoid any allusion to smirking dictators. 

    Источник: https://www.inc.com/jason-aten/people-were-upset-over-amazons-new-app-icon-companys-response-is-a-brilliant-example-of-emotional-intelligence.html

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    Amazon has been quietly evolving Prime's look, and it signifies massive changes to the service

    • Amazon quietly updated the logos for all of its Prime services earlier this year, dropping the word Amazon.
    • Prime is now a brand in its own right.
    • It signifies Amazon is taking Prime beyond the Amazon-branded ecosystem as it heads into Whole Foods stores and elsewhere.

    Earlier this year, Amazon refreshed its logos for its Prime services.

    Notably, it dropped the word "Amazon" altogether.

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    In its new logo, Amazon Prime became simply Prime, Amazon Prime Video became Prime Video, and Amazon Prime Now became Prime Now.

    In place of Amazon's signature orange and yellow, Prime services now uniformly carry a calming blue hue. It's Prime blue, the color that signifies to shoppers on Amazon.com: "Hey, this item is one of the things you can get free two-day shipping on."

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    The move signifies what Amazon has likely long considered: Prime is a brand in its own right, and it's time for it to stand on its own two-day shipping feet.

    Amazon is now rolling out the new logo to more facets of its operations. The tape that holds together Amazon boxes now carries just the Prime logo, and the mailer bags for smaller items are white with a blue Prime logo. 

    Even the sign-up page for Prime on Amazon.com, with copious amounts of blue and fun cartoonish figures, barely mentions the word "Amazon."

    The most brazen example of this new branding strategy occurred when Prime started integrating with Whole Foods stores.

    In place of Whole Foods' typical muted signs are bright blue ones calling Prime members' attention to the deals that are designed just for their benefit. Workers were given blue Prime hats, shirts, and aprons to wear to advertise the deals.

    What you won't find in the store: any mention of the word Amazon. It appears on none of the signs, clothing, or other marketing materials. Not even the Whole Foods app, which customers must sign in to with their Prime accounts to get a code to scan at checkout, has the word Amazon in it.

    Amazon is clearly signifying something of a separation between Prime and Amazon, and it perhaps wants customers to think of Prime as a service that offers benefits beyond the Amazon-branded ecosystem.

    Whole Foods and the gaming- streaming service Twitch — which allows for free Twitch Prime membership with an Amazon Prime subscription  — are just a few examples of where Amazon is taking the Prime brand outside of Amazon. But, it seems the sky is the limit for the service.

    It makes sense for Amazon to invest so much in Prime's branding: the service is one of, if not the most, important part of its retail business. Its subscribers are, overall, pleased with it, and they often spend more money, more often on Amazon. In April, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos revealed that more than 100 million people pay for Prime. 

    Источник: https://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-drops-amazon-name-from-prime-2018-6

    Melissa & Doug Blue's Clues & You! Water Wow! Activity Mat

    Amazon has a fun activity mat for the kiddos for half-price!

    Head on over to Amazon where you can score this Melissa & Doug Blue’s Clues & You! Water Wow! Activity Mat for just $12.93 (regularly $21.49) – lowest price yet!

    Intended to help build motor skills, this water activity mat comes with a sponge pad with snap-shut lid, two Water WOW! pens, and a rolling stamper to make paw print tracks – everything your kiddo needs for mess-free fun. It would make a great addition to an Easter basket, too.

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    Still on the fence? Check out these reviews…

    I’m so happy Melissa & Doug launched a Blues Clues line! My 2 and 4 year old love the old/newer show so when I saw this was to be released in August I quickly ordered it. Water sets are so fun and easy to clean up! It comes with 2 water pens and a paw print roller, they also use paint brushes we have. Keeps them entertained and when they’re done it has a side pocket for tools and a velcro tab to fold up and carry! Super happy!


    My 2 year old loves this water mat. She concentrates on “painting”, really focuses her attention and I can tell she’s having a boat every time I bring it out. I’d suggest buying a cheap little pack of paint brushes — a small Dixie cup of water and boom: they’re Bob Ross Jr!

    There are more fun Melissa & Doug deals over here!

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    Amazon Prime Video Logo

    Amazon Prime Video Logo

    The Amazon Prime Video TV and movie streaming service operate in two formats: a paid Prime subscription program and a standalone platform. It is one of the online commerce giant Amazon services created in 2006 to distribute video content for distribution company Amazon Studios. By 2011, the catalog had expanded to include dramas, comedies, animations, TV shows, documentaries, and feature films from other vendors.

    Meaning and History

    Amazon Prime Video Logo History

    What is Amazon Prime Video?

    It is an American streaming platform for films and TV series produced primarily by Amazon Studios. It now contains content from other producers as well. The transmission is carried out in two formats: paid (by subscription) and free (offline). The service was founded in 2006. The head office is located in Seattle, Washington state.

    Prime Video’s popularity skyrocketed during the COVID-19 pandemic when movie theaters disappeared. Now, even more, people know what this service’s logo looks like: a two-color inscription with the famous Amazon arrow. But the wordmark was not always that way. It frequently changed along with the streaming platform to reflect its name. And there were a lot of them: in 2006 – Unbox, after 2008 – Video on Demand, since 2011 – Prime Instant Video, and all with the word Amazon at the beginning.

    The online service received its current name only in 2015, almost nine years after its inception. During the same period, she acquired a black and blue emblem, which culminated in the rebranding.

    2006 – 2015

    Amazon Unbox Logo 2006-2015

    The very first logo of this brand consisted of two text parts. To separate them, the developers placed the inscriptions on different lines and delimited them with the font. The upper phrase had large letters, the lower one small. The first was the then name of the company – “Amazon Unbox” with a branded arrow in the form of a smile. The words were close to each other and differed in color. The second was the inscription “Video Downloads,” executed in thin sans serif characters. Moreover, the bottom line was shifted to the right, so it went beyond the top. The colors were dominated by black and orange.

    2008 – 2010

    Amazon Video on Demand Logo 2008-2010

    After the rebranding, the company received a different logo. More precisely, it remained the same in form but not in content. The developers introduced a new name for the service: at the top, it was written “amazon video,” at the bottom – “on demand.” Each word was found separately. Instead of the “O” in the word “Amazon,” the designers have placed a media play button. Both rows have been right-aligned, so the end of the lines is flat. Green appeared instead of orange.

    2011 – 2015

    Amazon Prime Instant Video Logo 2011-2015

    After another renaming, the service approved the logo with the corresponding inscription. It contained many diverse elements. The first word was written in the same way as on the Amazon logo: in black letters on a white background, and the font did not change. An arrow went from “a” to “z,” indicating the global nature of the trading company and the fact that it allows you to buy everything – literally “from A to Z.” The only new detail is the “O” styled as a play button. It looked like a green circle with a gradient and a white triangle in the center.

    Below, to the right of the arrowhead, was the phrase “Prime instant video.” All letters except “P” were lowercase. “Prime” was in bold italics, and “instant video” was in straight thin font.

    2015 – 2017

    Amazon Prime Video Logo 2015-2017

    In 2015, the word “Instant” disappeared from the name of the entertainment service. There was no longer a need for it because watching online videos has become a massive and generally accessible phenomenon. The upper part of the logo remains the same – only the lower inscription has changed. The designers have updated the “prime video” font by converting all letters to uppercase and making them bold. The interval between the two words was so small that they were perceived as one whole.

    2017 – present

    Amazon Prime Video Logo 2017-present

    To close the gap with Netflix, Amazon has repositioned Prime Video. It expanded its streaming services to dozens of new countries and began producing sports content. The platform finally reached the international level, so it needed a brighter and more modern wordmark. Part of the new identity is “prime video,” with the same arrow as Amazon. For the first time, the developers used blue for decoration and made black a little lighter.

    While the arrow in the Amazon corporate logo hints at a wide range of products (“from A to Z”), then in Prime Video, it starts near the “i” and points to “e.” Thus, the original concept is lost: the designers transferred this element without giving it special meaning. That is, the arrow looks like the famous Nike swoosh: no one can say what this symbol means, but everyone knows who it belongs to.

    On the other hand, a curved line looks a lot like a smile. It embodies the good mood that users will get from watching movies, and more globally, a “friendly” and customer-oriented service.

    In early 2021, the Amazon Prime Video platform changed the Display Picture on its social media pages. So her fans saw the familiar logo in a new design, without the “me” at the end of the word “prime.” Simultaneously, the platform launched a flash mob by publishing a post with the hashtag #WhereIsMe. Other brands such as Panasonic, Amazon Prime Music, and Tinder have joined the search group. Most likely, this is nothing more than another ad campaign.

    Font and Colors of the Emblem

    Amazon Prime Video Emblem

    The first two versions of the logo gave birth to a branded typeface with a curved “z.” But neither the early nor the late versions used a serif typeface – it always remained smooth. The color scheme has changed from black-orange to black-green.

    The wordmark font resembles Sana Sans Alt Bold. Designer Felipe Sanzana designed the Sana Sans family of typefaces for Latinotype in 2016. It includes 32 styles that are commonly used in publishing for print and silkscreen printing. The letter “e” has been slightly corrected only on the Prime Video logo: the designers have made the diagonal line horizontal.

    Amazon Unbox Logo 2006-2015

    Primary colors are black (# 1E2B3C), similar to Midnight blue (# 21303E), and blue (# 00AAE2), close to Iris Blue (# 03B4C8). Both shades are visible against a light background and echo the official Amazon palette.

    Источник: https://logos-world.net/amazon-prime-video-logo/

    Amazon has quietly rolled out a slight update to its new app icon that it debuted back in January, which alters the colorful strip of tape on the icon that bore an unfortunate resemblance to a toothbrush-style mustache.

    The toothbrush mustache was originally popularized by comedians like Charlie Chaplin in the early 1900s before it was forever associated with Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

    Amazon made some changes to the icon following customer feedback from its initial rollout before it rolled out the final design worldwide. An Amazon spokesperson commented that “Amazon is always exploring new ways to delight our customers. We designed the new icon to spark anticipation, excitement, and joy when customers start their shopping journey on their phone, just as they do when they see our boxes on their door step.”

    It’s a change that makes sense. Amazon’s ads have portrayed the swooping A-to-Z arrow that adorns its packaging as singing mouths, and in that light, the ragged edge and width of the blue tape on the previous icon design looks uncomfortably similar to the tonsorial trim.

    The updated icon looks to avoid the issue entirely, swapping out the mustache-style adhesive for a two-toned folded piece of tape that alludes to the (presumed) joy of tearing open an Amazon package instead of one of the most brutal dictators in modern history.

    Amazon’s design team can take some consolation, though, in joining the storied annals of modern companies that have been forced to digitally shave controversial mustaches. Plus, the new icon is already getting much more favorable comparisons: apparently, the angular tape now makes it look like Avatar: The Last Airbender’s Aang instead.

    Update March 1st, 4:18pm: Added Amazon comment on the updated app icon logo.

    Источник: https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2021/3/1/22307870/amazon-new-app-icon-mustache-shave-change-design-update

    Blue Origin auctions seat on first spaceflight with Jeff Bezos for $28 million

    A New Shepard rocket launches on a test flight.

    Jeff Bezos' space venture Blue Origin auctioned off a seat on its upcoming first crewed spaceflight on Saturday for $28 million.

    The winning bidder,whose name wasn't released, will fly to the edge of space with the Amazon founder and his brother Mark on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket scheduled to launch on July 20. The company said it will reveal the name of the auction winner in the coming weeks.

    Bidding opened at $4.8 million but surpassed $20 million within the first few minutes of the auction. The auction's proceeds will be donated to Blue Origin's education-focused nonprofit Club for the Future, which supports kids interested in future STEM careers.

    Blue Origin director of astronaut and orbital sales Ariane Cornell said during the auction webcast that New Shepard's first passenger flight will carry four people, including Bezos, his brother, the auction winner and a fourth person to be announced later.

    Autonomous spaceflight

    New Shepard, a rocket that carries a capsule to an altitude of over 340,000 feet, has flown more than a dozen successful test flights without passengers, including one in April at the company's facility in the Texas desert. It's designed to carry up to six people and flies autonomously — without needing a pilot. The capsule has massive windows to give passengers a view of the earth below during about three minutes in zero gravity, before returning to Earth.

    Blue Origin's system launches vertically, and both the rocket and capsule are reusable. The boosters land vertically on a concrete pad at the company's facility in Van Horn, Texas, while the capsules land using a set of parachutes.

    The interior of the latest New Shepard capsule

    Bezos founded Blue Origin in 2000 and still owns the company, funding it through share sales of his Amazon stock.

    July 20 is notable because it also marks the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

    Branson and Musk

    VSS Unity fires its rocket engine shortly after launching on its third spaceflight on May 22, 2021.

    Bezos and fellow billionaires Elon Musk and Sir Richard Branson are in a race to get to space, but each in different ways. Bezos' Blue Origin and Branson's Virgin Galactic are competing to take passengers on short flights to the edge of space, a sector known as suborbital tourism, while Musk's SpaceX is launching private passengers on further, multi-day flights, in what is known as orbital tourism.

    Both Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic have been developing rocket-powered spacecraft, but that is where the similarities end. While Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket launches vertically from the ground, Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo system is released mid-air and returns to Earth in a glide for a runway landing, like an aircraft.

    Virgin Galactic's system is also flown by two pilots, while Blue Origin's launches without one. Branson's company has also flown a test spaceflight with a passenger onboard, although the company has three spaceflight tests remaining before it begins flying commercial customers – which is planned to start in 2022.

    SpaceX launches its Crew Dragon spacecraft to orbit atop its reusable Falcon 9 rocket, having sent 10 astronauts to the International Space Station on three missions to date.

    In addition to the government flights, Musk's company is planning to launch multiple private astronaut missions in the year ahead – beginning with the all-civilian Inspiration4 mission that is planned for September. SpaceX is also launching at least four private missions for Axiom Space, starting early next year.

    Blue Origin's auction may have netted $28 million, but a seat on a suborbital spacecraft is typically much less expensive. Virgin Galactic has historically sold reservations between $200,000 and $250,000 per ticket, and more recently charged the Italian Air Force about $500,000 per ticket for a training spaceflight.

    Musk's orbital missions are more costly than the suborbital flights, with NASA paying SpaceX about $55 million per seat for spaceflights to the ISS.

    SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft named "Resilience" is seen docked to the International Space Station.

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    Источник: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/12/jeff-bezos-blue-origin-auctions-spaceflight-seat-for-28-million.html

    Amazon is, once again, changing it’s new app logo, after people complained that their new app logo looked like Hitler’s mustache.

    I’m not sure I would have ever put that together, but Blue amazon logo guess people will ALWAYS find something wrong to complain about.

    In January, Amazon decided to update their (I guess) outdated logo — their blue shopping cart logo — with a new design, that of a cardboard shipping box with their Amazon “smile” logo and a piece of tape.

    The only problem is, many users thought that the new logo looked a little bit like the Nazi Führer’s mustache.

    With just a simple fix, the company changed the logo from that of Hitler’s mustache — er — a jagged piece of tape, to a piece of blue tape with the corner folded up.

    I’ll be waiting while people decide this design is offensive in some way. LOL!

    I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve always thought that the “smile” logo looks a little risque when the box is turned up on its end.

    I’d be a bit more concerned about that most imminently. Ha!

    I joke.

    I am glad that Amazon so quickly fixed what many people found to be a bit of an offensive logo.

    What do YOU think? Did you see Hitler’s mustache in the new — er — newly old Amazon logo?

    Speaking of Amazon, did y’all hear that Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO of the company. *GASP* I didn’t see that coming!!

    Источник: https://totallythebomb.com/amazon-changing-app-logo

    Amazon has quietly rolled out a slight update to its new app icon that it debuted back in January, which alters the colorful strip of tape on the icon that bore an unfortunate resemblance to a toothbrush-style mustache.

    The toothbrush mustache was originally popularized by comedians like Charlie Chaplin in the early 1900s before it was forever associated with Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

    Amazon made some changes to the icon following customer feedback from its initial rollout before it rolled out the final design worldwide. An Amazon spokesperson commented that “Amazon is always exploring new ways to delight our customers. We designed the new icon to blue amazon logo anticipation, excitement, and joy when customers start their shopping journey on their phone, just as they do when they see our boxes on their door step.”

    It’s a change that makes sense. Amazon’s ads have portrayed the blue amazon logo A-to-Z arrow that adorns its packaging as singing mouths, and in that light, the ragged edge and width of the blue tape on the previous icon design looks uncomfortably similar to the tonsorial trim.

    The updated icon looks to avoid the issue entirely, swapping out the mustache-style adhesive for a two-toned folded piece of tape that alludes to the (presumed) joy of tearing open an Amazon package instead of one of the most brutal dictators in modern history.

    Amazon’s design team can take some consolation, though, in joining the storied annals of modern companies that have been forced to digitally shave controversial mustaches. Plus, the new icon is already getting much more favorable comparisons: apparently, the angular tape now makes it look like Avatar: The Last Airbender’s Aang instead.

    Update March 1st, 4:18pm: Added Amazon comment on the updated app icon logo.

    Источник: https://www.theverge.com/tldr/2021/3/1/22307870/amazon-new-app-icon-mustache-shave-change-design-update

    People Were Upset Over Amazon's New App Icon. The Company's Response Is a Brilliant Example of Emotional Intelligence

    I wrote last month about Amazon's new app icon that had started popping up in different parts of the world with a software blue amazon logo. At the time, I argued it was a smart move because the new icon capitalized on the goodwill people associate with receiving a package from  Amazon.

    Others, however, saw the icon differently. Specifically, they pointed out how the icon bore an unfortunate resemblance to the signature mustache of one particularly unpopular historical figure. 

    They weren't entirely wrong. You could certainly find an allusion to a certain World War II-era German dictator if you wanted to, even if it's in an icon that was clearly meant to resemble the side of an Amazon box with its signature smile and blue tape. 

    I still thought the overall redesign was a great way for the company to capitalize on its most effective and valuable brand asset: Its brown boxes. At the time, I wrote:

    The thing about shopping on Amazon is to get the box. That's the physical experience. Blue amazon logo your front door, bringing a brown box with blue tape, and opening it up. The box is the experience because it represents the thing you want to have. 

    The point is, you don't use the app to fill a shopping cart, you use the app to get the box. Everyone likes getting a box from Amazon. The new app icon sort of says, "Want that feeling? Tap me."

    On Monday, however, Amazon rolled out the app icon with an update. This time it had a small tweak that was almost certainly in response to the backlash. In place of the square piece of tape with a ragged cut edge, it now features a more squared-off piece with a folded corner.

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    We'll set aside that the new app icon is almost guaranteed to trigger those of us who have an obsessive-compulsive reaction to imperfect packing tape (it's a real thing, leave me alone). The new version is brilliant exactly because it shows the company is listening.

    In fact, it reminds me of something Jeff Bezos said in an interview in 2018. 

    "First, look in a mirror and decide if your critics are right," Bezos said. "If they are, change." That appears to be exactly what Amazon did. It recognized that its effort to update its icon might give some people the wrong idea, saw that it wasn't worth digging in on, and changed the icon.

    That isn't always easy, and it's a great example of emotional intelligence. The newest version still communicates the exact same sentiment that I described previously about the box, now without any mixed connotation. It's not often that giant companies make changes like this, and the fact that Amazon made a subtle tweak is pure marketing genius.

    Think about how much benefit they got from the most minor of changes. Sure, you can argue they should have seen it before, and never released the previous version. That's fair, I suppose, though I'd argue that the previous version was just fine. It was very clear that it was meant to resemble a box and tape and the e-commerce company's logo. 

    Then again, I suppose when you're one of the largest, most powerful companies on the planet, and facing criticism for the amount of control you have over the everyday lives of Americans, it's best to avoid any allusion to smirking dictators. 

    Источник: https://www.inc.com/jason-aten/people-were-upset-over-amazons-new-app-icon-companys-response-is-a-brilliant-example-of-emotional-intelligence.html

    Blue Origin auctions seat on first spaceflight with Jeff Bezos for $28 million

    A New Shepard rocket launches on a test flight.

    Jeff Blue amazon logo space venture Blue Origin auctioned off a seat on its upcoming first crewed spaceflight on Saturday for $28 million.

    The winning bidder,whose name wasn't released, will fly to the edge of space with the Amazon founder and his brother Mark on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket scheduled to launch on July 20. The company said it will reveal the blue amazon logo of the auction winner in the coming weeks.

    Bidding opened at $4.8 million but surpassed $20 million within the first few blue amazon logo of the auction. The auction's proceeds will be donated to Blue Origin's education-focused nonprofit Club for the Future, which supports kids interested in future STEM careers.

    Blue Origin director of astronaut and orbital sales Ariane Cornell said during the auction webcast that New Shepard's first passenger flight will carry four people, including Bezos, his brother, the auction winner and a fourth person to be announced later.

    Autonomous spaceflight

    New Shepard, a rocket that carries a capsule to an altitude of over 340,000 feet, has flown more than a dozen successful test flights without passengers, including one in April at the company's facility in the Texas desert. It's designed to carry up to six people and flies autonomously — without needing a pilot. The capsule has massive windows to give passengers a view of the earth below during about three minutes in zero gravity, before returning to Earth.

    Blue Origin's system launches vertically, and both the rocket and capsule are reusable. The boosters land vertically on a concrete pad at the company's facility in Van Horn, Texas, while the capsules land using a set of parachutes.

    The interior of the latest New Shepard capsule

    Bezos founded Blue Origin in 2000 and still owns the company, funding it through share sales of his Amazon stock.

    July 20 is notable because it also marks the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

    Branson and Musk

    VSS Unity fires its rocket engine shortly after launching on its third spaceflight on May 22, 2021.

    Bezos and fellow billionaires Elon Musk and Sir Richard Branson are in a race to get to space, but each in different ways. Bezos' Blue Origin and Branson's Virgin Galactic are competing to take passengers on short flights to the edge of space, a sector known as suborbital tourism, while Musk's SpaceX blue amazon logo launching private passengers on further, multi-day flights, in what is known as orbital tourism.

    Both Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic have been developing rocket-powered spacecraft, but that is where the similarities end. While Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket launches vertically from the ground, Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo system is released mid-air and returns to Earth in a glide for a runway landing, like an aircraft.

    Virgin Galactic's system is also flown by two pilots, while Blue Origin's launches without one. Branson's company has also flown a test spaceflight with a passenger onboard, although the company has three spaceflight tests remaining before it begins flying commercial customers – which is planned to start in 2022.

    SpaceX launches its Crew Dragon spacecraft to orbit atop its reusable Falcon 9 rocket, having sent 10 astronauts to the International Space Station on three missions to date.

    In addition to the government flights, Musk's company is planning to launch multiple private astronaut missions in the year ahead – beginning with the all-civilian Inspiration4 mission that is planned for September. SpaceX is also launching at least four private missions for Axiom Space, starting early next year.

    Blue Origin's auction may have netted $28 million, but a seat on a suborbital spacecraft is typically much less expensive. Virgin Galactic has historically sold reservations between $200,000 and $250,000 per ticket, and more recently charged the Italian Air Force about $500,000 per ticket for a training spaceflight.

    Musk's orbital missions are more costly than the suborbital flights, with NASA paying SpaceX about $55 million per seat for spaceflights to the ISS.

    SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft named "Resilience" is seen docked to the International Space Station.

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    Источник: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/12/jeff-bezos-blue-origin-auctions-spaceflight-seat-for-28-million.html

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