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    Blue Origin is getting ready for their fourth commercial flight but there will be no big names on board. Jeff Bezos’ space tourism venture Blue Origin offers passengers a short suborbital joyrides to thrill-seekers and celebrity guests. The company said the launch has been delayed by two days because of poor weather conditions.

    On March 31, there are forecasts of high winds during launch and recovery of the spacecraft so they postponed the launch. Unlike the first three commercial flights, the passenger roster on this flight will not have any big names. The previous flights included “Star Trek” actor William Shatner, morning TV host Michael Strahan and even Bezos himself. 

    Comic Pete Davidson from “Saturday Night Live: was supposed to be on this flight but dropped out earlier this month. The original launch date was on March 23 and has now been postponed for six days.

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