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After the show -- time Brian Kilmeade has left the audience and here we are in red white and blue today.
Very patriotic as it turns out we we are as long as we don't have to sing the national cancer marker.
Anything like that -- that's right we'll be encouraged to -- others and -- -- Ended -- -- -- you it's you there yet muscular and we're gonna we're gonna -- you do in a special segment.
And it just you know angry to see again we're gonna talk about all that stuff that we -- going to market that aren't as Maria.
Will not be in the interview later but she has some questions about going to space.
I'd be delighted on some -- that I understand you are.
Starting flights to space something -- -- And -- is getting very close that's I think they make him this year will be able to take up there you'd like -- -- -- commercial flight.
To be commercial flights.
Physically satellites into space.
And in time -- would be point to point.
That we're at where these -- giving people a pace that's nice what's gonna cost us it's a commercial that code word for -- -- we're gonna well educated me and that the initial costs this couple 100000 -- But annoy them.
And occasionally -- hit -- sponsored.
-- had time to time the price who combatants that.
Destination International Space Station.
Will too will go to about twenty miles from the International Space Station say it if it would be.
But you -- we we we've -- we want.
Thousands of people -- to get into space and experience.
Space in that up until now.
Including Russia China and Americans any 500 people that have been -- space center.
In office yeah I think we'll -- -- -- -- to double that figure.
And then I think -- -- the numbers in the years to come from.
-- just announced today that they.
The guy in charge that he doesn't see in his lifetime anyone going back to the moon possibly to Mars.
An asterisk -- asteroid isn't well.
I mean we have we have a company which have a vote in which which plans to -- -- and I think it is this sounds.
Completely out of this world which is because it is that but I think it I think it -- week it will be doable and it's great to see NASA have experimented with that.
But I think and I think -- the -- Has already been.
Has already been it's been there and maybe explode but Mazda is definitely doable and it that the team -- black -- want to do it.
You know -- -- want to do it.
And I think I think I think we are working maybe with NASA.
I think I think their private enterprise.
You can do things he had maybe a study that that's a price than government run -- since gone -- what will it will end up doing that.
You've done some very adventurous things in your -- lifetime and of course going to space for a quarter million dollars would be adventurous.
What is on your bucket list I mean what's left of -- -- going to space.
-- There's -- -- -- little as I look look to challenges had that to do I mean for instance the oceans are completely and explode says.
They there's any two people to be in the lives.
And nobody's been down in the -- submarine to -- the oceans where you can actually.
He had trouble James Cameron he loves doing that kind of stuff that -- he's been a he's he will what you that he and one of the past have been down touch the -- and come back up but what's.
What we need is submarines that can actually explored the oceans and balance your check out the balance -- folks down there.
There'd be about 80% of the species that we haven't discovered yet -- -- Ships full of gold what humiliation.
Minerals to sitting on sitting on the -- -- urgency to what.
Mining asteroids are -- the ocean floor -- without actually.
It disrupting it is is listed with with.
Valuable minerals and see dollar signs -- -- Though I'd I'd see eyes eyes soaring pension.
And Infospace and see expiration in that having.
You know having.
Don't read out of pure adventure you -- and so they think well done this he was space we can put -- -- into space yeah you know if you get enough satellites in space you can.
Educate your people you can get that opens people who couldn't have afforded for excellence that the -- could come of these things.
And your point to point travel so that would be a flight that actually exits the troubles fearsome kind of higher.
Into space technically.
Yeah I think I mean it'd be the idea and -- ten years -- fifteen years' time is is to send people from -- you'll too.
-- to Australia in about two some that you know that's the ultimate aim and what Bernard -- -- Save you because you're going so far from -- there's so -- You just -- them out of this atmosphere of -- about -- it.
And and and it does that does that does a futile -- -- to take for us that filled with nothing to do what about saint.
Safety is an important question -- yeah it.
I -- you mentally into our what you might blow -- -- not sign a waiver yet.
Yeah yeah I think the difference.
Between legends -- galactic.
The you have NASA spaceships I -- that that that those spacesuits work sixty years old.
3% of people what what would lost and in that space -- program.
Virgin is -- -- and you spaceships and new technology.
We've come up with breakthrough ideas as to how to come back into this atmosphere.
Without burning out.
And and say that the whole spaceship turns into John -- coComment.
A pilot could actually be asleep when it comes back into this atmosphere and -- -- today -- it in any uncle says it's much -- think that would whether -- be a factor I guess.
Up there we're way above the clouds than we -- landing.
I guess you don't want to take off in the thunderstorms we'll -- we'll we'll make sure that we -- and New Mexico billed as a beautiful space port.
Most days of the action that in the -- that -- the beautiful -- guys have.
With which is over the right I've seen pictures up -- it was stunning it is -- right Richard Branson the thank you for joining us in the after the show a shot and you're going to be -- marsh to Russia as well.
To the magic eye development and on the foot -- that it could very much because what they are.
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