|Born||20 August 2002|
|Being the youngest person to fly in space (as of July 2021)|
Oliver Daemen (born 20 August 2002) is a Dutch space tourist who flew as part of the 20 July 2021, Blue Origin NS-16 spaceflight. He is 18 years old. He is the youngest person to travel to space as of July 2021.
Daemen was born in Oisterwijk, Netherlands. He attended the Odulphuslyceum in Tilburg and obtained his high school diploma in 2020. He is enrolled at Utrecht University where he is set to begin studies in physics in September 2021.
Daemen secured his seat on the New Shepard rocket through an auction, making him Blue Origin's first paying customer and the 8th person to pay for their spaceflight. Initially a different person had actually won the bid for a seat on NS-16, but they decided to take a future flight, making Daemen's father, who had bid the next highest amount, the winner, and he in turn let Daemen become the passenger instead. On 20 July 2021, Daemen became the youngest person to fly in space at 18, succeeding Gherman Titov's record at the age of 25 in 1961.
- Private spaceflight
- "(Dutch) Oliver (18) uit Tilburg mag mee met Bezos, wordt jongste astronaut ooit (English) Oliver (18) from Tilburg is allowed to join Bezos, becomes youngest astronaut ever". RTL Nieuws. 15 July 2021. Retrieved 21 July 2021.
- Bright TV (Netherlands) (nl). "De 18-jarige Oliver Daemen uit Tilburg wordt de jongste astronaut ooit en de vierde Nederlander in de ruimte". twitter. Retrieved 21 July 2021.
Hij gaat mee met de ruimtereis van #BlueOrigin van #JeffBezos. Oliver is onderweg naar Texas, waar de lancering dinsdag plaatsvindt.
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- "Bidder pays $28m for space trip with Amazon's Bezos". BBC News. 12 June 2021. Retrieved 21 July 2021.
After a nearly month-long bidding process the top bid had stood at just under $5m - but once Saturday's online auction got under way that figure rose more than five times. "The winning bid amount will be donated to Blue Origin's foundation, @ClubforFuture," Blue Origin tweeted....
- Pesce, Nicole Lyn (July 16, 2021). "Oliver Daemen, 18, is 'super excited' to join the Blue Origin crew and become the youngest person in space". MarketWatch. Retrieved 21 July 2021.
The fully automated rocket and space capsule will carry six passengers, including Bezos, his brother — and now the son of Joes Daemen, founder and CEO of Somerset Capital Partners
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