- In 2023 Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is scheduled to go on a visit to the moon aboard SpaceX’s Starship rocket.
- Maezawa introduced Sunday that he desires to discover a “feminine accomplice” to accompany him, and can discover her by way of the medium of a “severe matchmaking documentary.”
- He tweeted a hyperlink to the appliance web page, which stipulates candidates have to be over 20 and need for “world peace.”
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Yusaku Maezawa, the Japanese style billionaire who is because of take SpaceX’s first industrial spaceflight across the moon in 2023, has put out an open utility for a “feminine accomplice” to accompany him.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk introduced in September 2018 that Maezawa can be the primary individual to take SpaceX’s Starship rocket on a visit across the moon. Maezawa purchased tickets for a number of seats aboard the spacecraft, and has mentioned he can be inviting six to eight artists to accompany him.
Now it appears Maezawa desires to order a type of seats for a romantic accomplice, and choosing her by way of a devoted actuality TV present.
Maezawa tweeted a hyperlink to his 7.2 million followers on Sunday with the textual content: “[WANTED!!!] Why not be the ‘first lady’ to journey to the moon?”
— Yusaku Maezawa (MZ) 前澤友作 (@yousuck2020) January 12, 2020
The hyperlink directs viewers to a web page taking functions for what seems to be a documentary for Japanese streaming web site Abema TV.
The documentary known as “Full Moon Lovers,” and is described as “Yusaku Maezawa’s severe matchmaking documentary,” wherein he will seek for a lifelong accomplice to journey to the moon with him. Standards for candidates embrace being over 20 years outdated, having an curiosity in house journey, and being “somebody who needs for world peace.” Maezawa is 44.
The deadline for functions is January 17, and based on the web site Maezawa goals to have chosen a accomplice to take to the moon by March this yr.
This isn’t the primary weird announcement Maezawa has made on Twitter. Earlier this yr he pledged to divide $9 million amongst 1,000 of his followers with the intention to conduct a “social experiment” into whether or not cash makes individuals happier.
Final yr Maezawa bought a 30% stake in his on-line style firm Zozo and resigned as CEO, taking a $2.three billion exit package deal with him. The billionaire advised reporters that his 2023 moon flight was a part of the explanation he’d determined to step down, saying “coaching to enter house will take up a lot of my time.”