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Japanese billionaires broadcast live in space, saying the next stop is Mariana Trench

Japanese billionaires broadcast live in space, saying the next stop is Mariana Trench

December 13 – According to Japan’s Journal Sports on the 13th, Japanese millionaire Mae-Zawa recently flew to space as a space tourist. On the evening of the 12th, he broadcast his trip to the International Space Station live on a Japanese TV program and said that his next place to hope to challenge was the Mariana Trench.

In the program, Maize greeted the audience happily on the International Space Station: “Good evening, everyone on earth. At present, I am talking to you in a state without gravity. I hope I can return safely on the 20th and enjoy the next journey. He also replied to the selected netizens’ questions of the program team one by one, introducing his space diet on the space station. “There are many canned food, and the best food is the famous Japanese roast chicken kebab. Bring it here to eat it with a different flavor.”

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In response to the host’s own destination for the next stop, he said he wanted to challenge the Mariana Trench.” It is said that it is the deepest trench in the world. I want to have a look. Now that the universe has come, next time I want to dive into the deep sea, I want to see the upper and lower ends of the earth.”

Comprehensive foreign media previously reported that at noon local time on the 8th, the Russian spacecraft Alliance MS-20 was launched at the Baikonur Space Launch Site in Kazakhstan. As space tourists, Yuzuo Maize and his assistant Yozo Hirano took the spacecraft with Russian astronaut Misulkin to start a space journey. The spacecraft took about 6 hours to dock with the International Space Station and is scheduled to return to Earth on December 20.

According to the report, Maize Youzuo and his assistant will participate in a series of scientific experiments on the International Space Station and complete the list of “100 things you want to accomplish in space” put forward by netizens. This is the first time that ordinary Japanese people have visited the International Space Station.

ACCORDING TO REPORTS, MASAWA MADE HIS FORTUN THROUGH FASHION RETAIL, AND HE FOUNDED ZOZOTOWN, JAPAN’S LARGEST ONLINE FASHION MALL. According to Forbes magazine, his current net assets are about $20 billion.

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