Jeff Bezos and his crewmates did somersaults and snacked on Skittles as they experienced four minutes of weightlessness on their brief trip to space Tuesday.
The Amazon founder, 57, and his three crewmates marveled at the lack of gravity as they reached heights of 66.5 miles above Earth on the New Shepard rocket, according to video from inside the capsule and played for the public post-flight.
“Oh, wow,” one of them said in awe as they unclipped their safety harness. Another added, “That’s incredible” of the stunning views from space.
Bezos was joined by his 53-year-old younger brother, Mark Bezos, 18-year-old recent high school graduate Oliver Daemen and 82-year-old space pioneer Wally Funk.
“Is it everything you thought it would be?” one of the Bezos brothers asked Funk, to which she exclaimed, “Fantastic!”
Footage showed the crew doing somersaults and playing catch with a ping-pong ball that slowly glided through the air.
Bezos at one point tossed a Skittle