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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will launch Tuesday from a remote area of west Texas on his Blue Origin rocket, becoming the second billionaire this month to leave the Earth, coming less than two weeks after Richard Branson took to space aboard Virgin Galactic’s VSS Unity. The space rivalry doesn’t end there: Billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who regularly trades places with Bezos as the world’S richest person, also plans to join the uber-rich who’ve been to space on Virgin Galactic, though there’ll no firm date for his flight.

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