CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — TV celeb and former soccer nice Michael Strahan goes to have to attend one other few days earlier than rocketing into area.
Strahan was presupposed to blast off Thursday from West Texas with 5 others for the 10-minute flight. But on Wednesday, Jeff Bezos’ area travel firm, Blue Origin, bumped the launch to Saturday due to excessive wind.
Strahan is a co-host of ABC’s “Good Morning America” and former NFL participant. Joining him on the quick hop can be Laura Shepard Churchley, the oldest daughter of America’s first astronaut, Alan Shepard, in addition to 4 paying clients. The firm hasn’t disclosed the value.
The six area vacationers will launch aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket, 60 years after its namesake’s pioneering Mercury flight.
It can be Blue Origin’s third launch with individuals on board. Bezos strapped in for the primary passenger flight in July.
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