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Jeff Bezos teases with sneak peak of Blue Origin’s Space Tourism Capsule

Jeff Bezos teases with sneak peak of Blue Origin’s Space Tourism Capsule

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos offered a sneak peak to Blue Origin’s space tourism capsule and what passengers for space tourism can expect. The New Shepard spaceship is already on its nationwide tour and the design of capsule suggests that every seat will be a window seat. The New Shepard spaceship could take tourists for its first journey as early as next year. The spaceship will take tourists to the edge of space but Blue Origin has still not revealed the cost of ticket for this amazing journey.

Blue Origin’s future rocket New Glenn’s design unveiled

Blue Origin’s future rocket New Glenn’s design unveiled

Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos announced today the name of future rocket. Bezosalso showcased important data about its future rocket project and some animations created by Blue Origin team. The rocket has been named as the New Glenn, named after John Glenn, the first US astronaut to orbit earth.

The rocket would launch payloads and humans into orbit around earth. As per the animations of the new rocket, it is bigger than SpaceX’s future Falcon Heavy rocket and the United Launch Alliance’s Delta IV Heavy.

SpaceX releases video of first test firing of used Falcon 9 rocket

SpaceX releases video of first test firing of used Falcon 9 rocket

SpaceX is one more step closer to realize its dream of rocket reusability. The company has lately released a video of first test firing of a used Falcon 9 rocket stage. In the video, it was unveiled the test was ‘full duration’ and the burn lasted for around two minutes and 30 seconds.

Blue Origin gets its name written in history by making successful rocket landing

Blue Origin gets its name written in history by making successful rocket landing

Blue Origin’s New Shepard space vehicle made a historic landing back at the launch site in West Texas after successfully flying to space, indeed a big win for the space industry working on reusable rockets. The space vehicle reached to its planned test altitude of 329,839 feet before making the controlled landing, just four and a half feet from the center of the pad.

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