One week ago, the world's richest person, Jeff Bezos, unveiled his sweeping vision for humanity—and it involves using his rocket company, Blue Origin, to pave a way to space for future generations. As part of his speech, Bezos also revealed new details about some of the travel options coming sooner. First, he previewed a large lunar lander, called "Blue Moon," capable of delivering up to 3.6 tons of cargo and scientific experiments to the lunar surface. Blue Origin has spent three years working on the vehicle, he said. The company also has a brand-new engine, not previously known, named BE-7 that has 10,000 pounds of thrust. It will power the Blue Moon vehicle during its descent to the lunar surface. The company will perform its first hotfire test of the BE-7 engine this summer in West Texas, Bezos said.