A businessman dies in a plane crash a month after traveling to space


▲ Glenn the Bress, who traveled to space on a Blue Origin rocket

Last month, an American businessman who traveled to space on a rocket launched by American space company Blue Origin died in a plane crash.

The Associated Press reported on the 12th local time that a small Cessna plane carrying Glenn Debris, founder of Medidata Solutions, an American medical company, crashed in northern New Jersey on the 12th local time.

The wreckage of the plane, which took off from Caldwell, New Jersey the day before, was found in the densely forested Hampton township area an hour after authorities were informed of the plane’s disappearance.

Police said the flight instructor, who was on the plane with The Breeze, was also killed.

The Bress held flight-flying qualifications, but it was not confirmed whether or not he directly flew the crashed plane.

The Breeze returned to the ground after traveling in space for about 10 minutes on the ‘New Shepard’ rocket spacecraft launched by Blue Origin from Texas on the 13th of last month.

The Blessed was accompanied by William Shatner, a 90-year-old actor who played Captain James Kirk in the popular 1960s American drama ‘Star Trek’ on a space trip at the time.

The Breeze was the customer who purchased Blue Origin’s second public-facing space tour boarding pass.’

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