For a sum of Rs 1.37 crore, you can book a seat on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin rocket which will begin carrying customers to space.

As indicated by a exclusive Reuters report, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin will charge about $200,000 and $300,000 for a single ticket to space later in 2018, based on individuals acquainted with the development.

That is between Rs 1.37 crore to 2.05 crore in Indian Rupees. Plus taxes.

Blue Origin’s test drills have completed eight successful departures and arrivals, with the return of the New Shepard on the rocket’s tip – these flights additionally had human-sized dummies inside.

Sitting at the tip of the Blue Origin rocket will be New Shepard, a traveller capsule vehicle which will house Earth’s space-faring and well-off tourists.

New Shepard on Blue Origin will offer six leaning back seats, with huge windows for space-sightseers.

New Shepard guarantees to give travellers a chance to a couple of minutes of weightlessness and a view of the curvature of the Earth, as indicated by a report.

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