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It has refused to state who the winner was, even as the time of launch approached.That individual will “stay anonymous at this time”, Blue Origin stated in its new announcement.And they have actually “picked to fly on a future New Shepard objective due to scheduling disputes”, the company likewise said.It did not state how it had selected Mr Daeman rather. It also refused to expose how much he had paid for his ticket.But it stated that the trip would “satisfy a lifelong dream for Oliver”, who is presently on a gap year acquiring his private license prior to starting studied at the University of Utrecht this September.Blue Origin likewise announced that Club for the Future– its non-profit, which is charged with dispersing the cash from the auction– has given $1 million each to 19 different organisations, which it said were working on jobs “to support the future of living and working in space”.”We thank the auction winner for their generous support of Club for the Future and are honored to invite Oliver to fly with us on New Shepard,” stated Bob Smith, CEO of Blue Origin.


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