NASA Administrator reacts to Blue Origin flight, discusses government's role in future space missions

'It kind of reflects a shift in our values. The total budget of NASA is $22 billion. Jeff Bezos has added $100 billion to his wealth in the last 10 years and has paid a tax rate of 1%,' Scott Galloway says. 'This feels uncomfortable to me.'

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'It kind of reflects a shift in our values. The total budget of NASA is $22 billion. Jeff Bezos has added $100 billion to his wealth in the last 10 years and has paid a tax rate of 1%,' Scott Galloway says. 'This feels uncomfortable to me.'

NASA Administrator and former senator, Bill Nelson, joined Stephanie Ruhle to discuss Jeff Bezos' successful, history-making Blue Origin space flight Tuesday. He explains the role of the government in the space race as private businesses lead space tourism missions. Plus, NYU Stern School of Business Professor Scott Galloway reacts to the billionaires' efforts and says: 'They're not only burning their money. They're burning our attention.'

Share this -copiedNASA Administrator and former senator, Bill Nelson, joined Stephanie Ruhle to discuss Jeff Bezos' successful, history-making Blue Origin space flight Tuesday. He explains the role of the government in the space race as private businesses lead space tourism missions. Plus, NYU Stern School of Business Professor Scott Galloway reacts to the billionaires' efforts and says: "They're not only burning their money. They're burning our attention."

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