A Japanese billionaire is looking for 8 people from all over the world to accompany him on a trip to the moon!
The nation press services
2021-03-03 | Since 1 Month
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa plans to choose eight people to accompany him to the moon on the first space tourism trip for "SpaceX".
The Japanese businessman announced on his Twitter account in a post in particular that he is working on "recruiting a team to participate in this mission. I need eight people from all over the world. This trip will be attended by 10-12 people, and I, on my part, invite eight people." ".
The billionaire has set two conditions for whoever wants to accompany him on his lunar journey, whereby applicants must inform him of their field of work, and whether the trip to the moon will help them do more for society through their activities.
The second condition is for these people to have the desire to work in a team and support other team members on this trip, which is scheduled to take place on a SpaceX spacecraft in 2023.
The 42-year-old billionaire Maezawa was chosen as the first space tourist on the "SpaceX" program in 2018, and in turn took over the purchase of all seats on the spaceship that will head to the moon.
It is noteworthy that Maezawa is the founder and CEO of the "Zozo" website, through which it is possible to buy fashionable clothes produced on demand. In addition, he is one of the richest Japanese, and the "Forbes" magazine estimates his capital at about 3 billion dollars.