$28M bid wins seat on Blue Origin’s 1st human space flight

The live auction lasted under 10 minutes after opening at $4.9 million, with over 20 bidders.
1:27 | 06/12/21

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Transcript for $28M bid wins seat on Blue Origin’s 1st human space flight
A world we'll have a new astronaut. And it's really quite simple they will self select. Biden bidding the highest amount in. I have seven million right here and looking 71 not 7000207. Million to Sean now 7000003. Point 7000003 now's the time high of 7000002 bit I'm looking for 7000003 Johnny says 7000030 right. Nine. Well you know what they say they say. Going ones. We have to 28 million what's remembered just ahead of time 61%. Higher we have 28 million on number 107. Looking for 29. There it is right for you right here twenty million looking for when he nine million. Going twice. Please make sure you thank all your bidders thank you so much for the competition. Wouldn't be here without it we really appreciate it we have 28 million in the front and he looks very excited about it we're all right. Going three times. Thanks John I think is awesome thank you and that is. Sold 28 million dollar.

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