The E-A-A’s AirVenture Show enters its second day in Oshkosh. On Monday, visitors lined up to get a tour of the Blue Origin, a spacecraft designed to show what it’s like to be an astronaut — including the weightlessness in which astronauts float as they perform their duties in “zero gravity.” A company started by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos brought the civilian astronaut capsule and its New Shepard boosting rocket, named in honor of Alan Shepard, the first American in space. The company is planning future flights of about eleven minutes each, that will give people an even better experience.