The human need to explore is deep within all of us. Our ancestors crossed mountain ranges, sailed archipelagos, and sought out the unexpected – while always looking to the stars. We are curious. And now, we’re at a place where we can pioneer new horizons. Because Earth – this blue planet, in all its beauty – is just our starting point. Now is the time to open the promise of space to all. And lay the way for generations to come. When our descendants look to the stars – perhaps from a rocky moon or colonies floating in open space – they’ll remember this time, when they’ll reflect on where it started, they’ll remember this place. And when they honor those first explorers who said, “Let’s go.” They’ll remember these bold steps. We are [“of” or “a”?] blue origin. And this, is where it begins.
(Jeff has a perfect deep voice for this but intonation needs to vary. After the first sentence it is not passionate enough, and comes across as unexcited, sleepy. These words are also too plain (for example “let’s go” delivered with a period rather than exclamation)…compare Jobs reading “The Crazy Ones” with a far less perfect voice in pitch but genuine heartfelt emphasis and modulation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAVW-jLRLE8 Anyhow, congratulations!)