Blue Origin sends six tourists to the edge of space after taking a break for almost two years.

 Blue Origin's tourist rocket launched passengers to space after a two-year pause due to a failed test flight.

The New Shepard rocket took off from Blue Origin's facilities in West Texas, carrying six passengers.

 Among the passengers were Mason Angel, Sylvain Chiron, Kenneth L. Hess, Carol Schaller, Gopi Thotakura, and Ed Dwight.

 Ed Dwight, a former Air Force captain, became the oldest person to reach the edge of space at 90 years old.

 Dwight, initially hesitant, found the experience life-changing and recommended it to everyone.

 The rocket booster landed safely before the capsule touched down.

 During the flight, passengers experienced weightlessness and breathtaking views of Earth.

 The launch marked a successful return following a previous rocket failure in 2022.

Blue Origin addressed the failure by implementing design changes and adjustments to ensure safety.

 With the issues resolved, Blue Origin resumed its space tourism flights, continuing its legacy of successful missions.