- Tram Ho
On March 2, Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa invited the public to register seats on SpaceX’s Starship train. This is the first round-the-moon flight. The scheduled time of the trip is 2023. Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa pays the full cost of the trip for selected people.
” I want people from all walks of life to join this special trip. All will have between 10 and 12 people. And I will invite 8 people on the same flight ,” said billionaire Maezawa. a video was posted on the afternoon of 2/3.
Billionaire Yusaka Maezawa is the founder of the largest online fashion retailer Zozo and sold it to Softbank in 2019. Mr. Maezawa currently owns a fortune of about $ 2 billion. According to The Verge, he was the first passenger signing the contract with Starship at an event in which CEO Elon Musk took place at SpaceX, California.
At that time, Mr. Yusaka announced that he would “6-8” artists from all over the world “accompany him on an adventure around the Moon which lasted about 6 days in 2023.” These artists will be the request to create something after they return to Earth, and these masterpieces will inspire the dreamer among all of us , “Maezawa said at the time.
Now, however, he has changed his mind and wants ” many people from all over the world a chance ” on this special trip. ” Anyone can apply ,” he declared. Anyone who meets the following two criteria can be selected: Someone who can support others and promote a better society in some way; people willing to assist the crew members during the trip.
The first phase of the recruitment process will last until March 14, which is only 11 days left. Screening starts from March 21 with an interview. The health check-up will take place in May.
” I bought all the seats in that flight. I will pay for the entire journey. So it will be a private flight, ” the Japanese billionaire revealed.
Billionaire Yusaka Maezawa regularly posts many pictures of luxury life, including private jets, yachts, designer watches and artworks on social media. His Twitter account is also the most followed in Japan.
According to The Verge
Source : Genk