Jeff Bezos shares his predictions of future space colonies on the moon and Mars at aviation gala

Mail Online | 1/19/2019 | Josh Boswell;Megan Sheets For Dailymail.com
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Jeff Bezos had his head in the clouds at his first public appearance since the revelation of his affair with a former Fox anchor, telling an audience of aviators that in the next few hundred years humans will build on the moon and Mars, and live in giant space stations with lakes and rivers.

The Amazon founder skipped the red carpet and snuck in a back entrance at the 16th Annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards in Beverly Hills on Friday night.

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Though he had a table with nine guests for the event where he received a 'Freedom Wings Award', his helicopter pilot girlfriend Lauren Sanchez was nowhere to be seen.

But despite the media storm that broke when he announced his divorce from wife of 25 years, MacKenzie, hours before his months-long affair with Sanchez was revealed, Bezos appeared relaxed as he gave a 'fireside chat' at the Aviation Awards.

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The bookstore billionaire was presented his award, delivered to him on stage in a cardboard Amazon delivery box amid chuckles from the audience, for 'advancing the principles of freedom in business and his personal endeavors.'

Joining him at the awards were keen aviators John Travolta and Harrison Ford, who hosted the bash, as well as Nasa superstar Buzz Aldrin, one of the first men to walk on the moon.

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The event was also Travolta's first public appearance after a momentus life change – the star ditched his notorious toupees for a striking bald head and beard, much to the approval of his fans.

Exclusive video obtained by DailyMail.com shows Bezos speaking at the awards, where he explained his vision for humans to live in space in just five generations time.

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'We could have a trillion humans in the solar system, we could have a thousand Mozarts and a thousand Einsteins, that's the world I want my grandchildren's...
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