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By Carlos Morales It’s been about five months since Blue Origin last tested its New Shepard rocket at its Van Horn facility. The space tourism company — owned by Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos — had pressured employees at its Washington … Continue reading
By Sally Beauvais Private space flight company Blue Origin successfully launched its New Shepard rocket from West Texas Wednesday afternoon, marking the twelfth test flight for the reusable rocket. Wednesday’s launch lasted just over 10 minutes, with a maximum velocity … Continue reading
By Carlos Morales Private space flight company Blue Origin have nixed their plans for a test launch of their reusable rocket system due to weather conditions. The company—owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos—will now attempt to launch their New Shepard rocket … Continue reading
By Andrew Weber, KUT Blue Origin will launch its New Shepard rocket in West Texas this morning. If all goes according to plan, it will be the 10th successful launch for the spaceflight venture founded by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. This … Continue reading
On Wednesday, space tourism company Blue Origin tested its New Shepard rocket once again at its West Texas facility.
The commercial space company Blue Origin completed another test launch this weekend at its West Texas facility in Van Horn. The mission is the company’s first of 2018.
Blue Origin – the private space travel company owned by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos – hosted a rocket class at Marfa ISD. It’s the first time the class has been offered. Over the past several months, middle school and high school … Continue reading
On Tuesday, the commercial space flight company Blue Origin completed it’s latest rocket test in West Texas.
After a year-long hiatus, the commercial space company Blue Origin is resuming test flights at its West Texas facility.
The commercial space company Blue Origin – owned by billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos – carried out another successful test flight from West Texas on Wednesday. The company expected its reusable rocket to be destroyed during the test, but instead, it landed safely back … Continue reading