To Space and Back: Blue  to Go Again & Again

Origin's NS-21 Crew Wants

After the crew 

landed from space, they were all sure of at least one thing: one flight into space was not enough.

Katya, Hamish Harding, 

Hespanha, Jaison Robinson, and Victor became Blue Origin's 21st through 25th passengers to fly on New Shepard 

The five are now the

 623rd to 627th people to fly above the U.S.-recognized altitude boundary of 50 miles separating Earth from space.

Dick said in an inrerview

 623rd to 627th people to fly above the U.S.-recognized altitude boundary of 50 miles separating Earth from space.

Another thing all 

six space tourists agreed upon was how spectacular the view was from 66.5 miles (107 km), highest point they reached

Vescovo said

"I have had the privilege of going to the bottom of the five oceans, and it's a much different experience," 

3 Chinese Astronauts Arrive  for 6-Month Stay

at Tiangong Space Station