Speaker 1: [00:00:30] Congratulations. Congratulations. Dad's been, oh my God. You gotta get sweetheart. Oh my God. It was so
Speaker 2: What a day again, [00:01:00] here as six, seven launch and landing of the new shepherd, rocket and crew capsule with our first human flight crew there. Jeff Bezos, Mark Bezos, Oliver, Damon, and Wally funk,
Speaker 2: And their families there giving big hugs all, all around. What a moment. So much emotion from all of them. The, the elation. [00:01:30] Did you see Wally? Did you see Wally when she came out? You know this, I told you she was just, she was probably gonna do a summer, you know, Cartwheel as she came out of that capsule. What an incredible, incredible day. Let's just capture a couple more moments of this. Again, space flight, so much engineering, so much objective, hard engineering, technical thought that goes into it. But when you put people on board, there's [00:02:00] such an incredible emotional component to this. The, the, the time, the effort, the, the blood, sweat, and tears, you know this better than anybody else. Again, congratulations, Gary.
Speaker 3: Thank you, Ariana. And congratulations to the entire blue origin team. This might have looked easy today. It was anything but easy. The designed a vehicle like this that is so safe that anybody can get on board
Speaker 2: From Wally Fonda, who today [00:02:30] became the world's old as astronaut at 82 to Oliver, Damon who became the world's youngest, astronaut at 18. He joined us from the Netherlands. Again, big shout out to our viewers in the nether lens. Congratulations. You should be very, very, very proud of your Countryman. I mean, again, and representing the next generation of people that are going to go into space. I mean, I can't wait to see what Oliver does with his future. I can only imagine you [00:03:00] heard him in the video. You know, he, he just wants to spread, spread the love, spread the message that I can't wait to hear their impressions of the, you know, the view from up there. And in fact, I hear in just a moment, we, uh, we hope to be getting a couple of impressions from her astronauts. We'll stand by for that. There you see, uh, yeah.