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Blue Origin NS-14 Launch! (Rocket and Capsule Landing)

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  • Blue Origin NS-14 Launch!

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    Watch as Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket company launches NS-14 into orbit. Blue Origin is testing the cabin it will use to send passengers into space.

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  • Blue Origin NS-15 launches!

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    Watch as Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket company launches NS-15 into space and land back on Earth. This is New Shepard's 15th launch into space.

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  • Blue Origin NS-15: New Shepard launch and landing, 14 April 2021

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    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched from and landed at Blue Origin’s Launch Site One in West Texas, on 14 April 2021, at 16:50 UTC (11:50 CDT). During the mission, astronaut operational exercises were conducted in preparation for human space flight. One of the six seats of the crew capsule was occupied by Mannequin Skywalker. NS-15 is the second mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle.
    Credit: Blue Origin
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  • Watch Blue Origin launch and land its space tourism rocket New Shepard in a test flight

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    Jeff Bezos' space company Blue Origin on Tuesday conducted the latest test flight of its rocket New Shepard at a facility in the West Texas desert. The mission did not have passengers on board, although New Shepard launches with a capsule on top designed to carry as many as six people. Known as NS-13, this mission was the 13th test flight of the system – as well as a record seventh consecutive launch for the rocket booster carrying the capsule, as it has landed six times after prior missions. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    Jeff Bezos’ space company Blue Origin on Tuesday conducted the latest test flight of its rocket New Shepard at its facility in the West Texas desert.

    The mission did not have passengers on board, although New Shepard launches with a capsule on top that is designed to carry as many as six people for a mission. Known as NS-13, this mission was the 13th test flight of the system – as well as a record seventh consecutive launch for the rocket booster carrying the capsule, as it has landed six times after prior missions.

    NS-13 was originally scheduled to launch on Sept. 24, but an issue with the rocket’s power supply delayed the mission.

    New Shepard is designed to carrying people on a ride past the edge of space, with the capsules on previous test flights reaching an altitude of more than 340,000 feet (or more than 100 kilometers). The capsule spends as much as 10 minutes in zero gravity before returning to Earth, with massive windows to give passengers a view.

    While it isn’t carrying a crew, the NS-13 mission featured a number of payloads, such as microgravity experiments and research. Blue Origin said there are 12 payloads on board from paying customers, most notably NASA’s SPLICE (“Safe and Precise Landing – Integrated Capabilities Evolution”) technology demonstration.

    SPICE is designed to give spacecraft like lunar landers “artificial eyes,” to help more accurately find areas safe to land. The NASA tech is mounted on the New Shepard booster, and will use a combination of terrain navigation, Doppler lidar, and a descent computer to target the booster’s landing zone. The goal of the SPICE technology is to allow a spacecraft to land autonomously on the Moon’s surface within about 300 feet of its intended target, which NASA describes as a “high accuracy landing.” Blue Origin said that NS-13 is the first of two planned flights with the SPLICE demonstrator on board.

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  • WATCH: Blue Origin New Shepard-14 Rocket Launch - Livestream

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    With Thursday's test of the New Shepard crew capsule, the Jeff Bezos-owned startup continues to inch closer to sending paying customers on an epic trip.

  • Blue Origin conducts astronaut rehearsal and New Shepard rocket launch

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    Blue Origin conducts an astronaut rehearsal for future customer flights.

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  • Mannequin Skywalker’s ride to space onboard Crew Capsule 2.0

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    Footage taken from onboard cameras. Full mission recap:
    New Shepard flew again for the seventh time on Dec. 12, 2017, from Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site. Known as Mission 7 (M7), the mission featured the next-generation booster and the first flight of Crew Capsule 2.0. Crew Capsule 2.0 features large windows, measuring 2.4 feet wide, 3.6 feet tall. M7 also included 12 commercial, research and education payloads onboard. Crew Capsule 2.0 reached an apogee of 322,405 feet AGL/326,075 feet MSL (98.27 kilometers AGL/99.39 kilometers MSL). The booster reached an apogee of 322,032 feet AGL/325,702 feet MSL (98.16 kilometers AGL/99.27 kilometers MSL).

  • Blue Origin NS-15 Launch - Testing Human Capable New Shepard Rocket

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    Watch as Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin test a human capable rocket - the New Shepard NS15

  • The Full Launch and Landing of Blue Origins New Shepard

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    Jul.20 -- Amazon.com Inc. founder Jeff Bezos and three other passengers pulled off Blue Origin’s first crewed flight to space, a key milestone in the company’s push to make space tourism viable. The capsule safely touched down in West Texas after a 10-minute flight.

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  • Blue Origin NS-16: New Shepard’s First Human Flight

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    Blue Origin’s New Shepard reusable launch system was launched from and landed at the Launch Site One in West Texas, on 20 July 2021, at 13:12 UTC (08:12 CDT). For the first time, the New Shepard capsule carried passengers to space: Wally Funk, Jeff Bezos, Mark Bezos and Oliver Daemen (Blue Origin’s first paying customer). NS-16 is the third mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle.
    Credit: Blue Origin

  • Watch Jeff Bezos launch into space on Blue Origins New Shepard rocket

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    Jeff Bezos launched to the edge of space with his brother Mark, aviation legend Wally Funk, and Dutch teen Oliver Daemen atop his space company’s New Shepard rocket on July 20th and landed safely aboard Blue Origin’s crew capsule in a Texas desert. This launch comes one week after Virgin Galactic founder Richard Branson and a crew of Virgin Galactic employees nailed a clean touchdown in New Mexico.

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    0:00 Crew Introductions
    0:30 Boarding
    1:37 Launch Countdown
    1:47 Launch
    4:53 Booster Separates from Crew Capsule
    8:30 Booster Landing
    9:32 Crew Capsule Descent
    11:45 Crew Capsule Touchdown

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  • Watch Blue Origin test the Crew Capsule on their New Shepard Rocket!

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    Blue Origin will be conducting the 14th flight of its New Shepard launch vehicle on the NS-14 mission. Blue Origin eventually aims to enable people (with a good amount of money) to purchase a ticket on a suborbital flight. This will be the inaugural flight of the fourth New Shepard booster – the very rocket that will soon carry humans. New Shepard only has the ability to launch on a suborbital trajectory with an apogee of 119 km (74 miles) – their record.

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    00:00 - Intro
    02:50 - Prelaunch Preview
    07:40 - Blue Origin Webcast Starts
    21:09 - Hold Begins
    41:27 - Countdown Resumed
    52:49 - T Minus 1 Minute
    53:49 - Liftoff
    01:00:47 - Booster Landing
    01:03:45 - Capsule Landing
    01:12:00 - Q&A

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  • Perfect Launch and Landing | Blue Origin New Shepard NS-14 Mission

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    Perfect Launch and Landing - Blue Origin New Shepard NS-14 Mission
    NEW SHEPARD NS-14: ASTRONAUT EXPERIENCE UPGRADES
    For this mission, the crew capsule will be outfitted with upgrades for the astronaut experience as the program nears human space flight. The upgrades include improvements to environmental features such as acoustics and temperature regulation inside the capsule, crew display panels, and speakers with a microphone and push-to-talk button at each seat. The mission will also test a number of astronaut communication and safety alert systems. The capsule will be outfitted with six seats, including one occupied by Mannequin Skywalker.
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  • REPLAY: Blue Origin New Shepard NS-15 launch

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    This is a replay of the live stream.
    Launch site: Launch Site One, Blue Origin Suborbital Launch Facility, near Van Horn, Texas
    Destination: ~105 km altitude and return to landing pad
    Blue Origin will conduct the 15th launch of a New Shepard suborbital rocket, to an altitude of approximately 105 km. The booster will propulsively land itself on the landing pad, and the capsule will descend on parachutes for a soft landing in the nearby desert.
    NS-15 is a verification step for the New Shepard vehicle and operations prior to flying astronauts. Blue Origin personnel will stand in for future astronauts, rehearsing pre-launch and post-landing procedures such as climbing into the capsule, getting in their seats, conducting comms checks, and closing the hatch. The crew will exit the vehicle before launch, and will get back into the capsule after landing to complete their rehearsals.
    Riding in the capsule will be Mannequin Skywalker, plus more than 25000 postcards on behalf of Blue Origin's nonprofit Club for the Future.

    New Shepard specs
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    New Shepard was the world's first rocket to land propulsively after having been to space (past the Karman Line). They beat SpaceX's Falcon 9 by 1 month, back in 2015. Although it hasn't flown humans yet, New Shepard's capsule is designed to accommodate up to 7 people, and it has the largest windows which have ever flown in space.
    Height: 18 m (59 ft)
    Diameter: 7 m (23.9 ft)
    Type: Suborbital (straight up, straight down)
    Max altitude: 389,846 feet (73.8 mi; 119 km)
    Stages: 1
    Engines: 1x Blue Origin BE-3
    Thrust: 490 kN (110,000 lbf)
    Burn time: 110 seconds
    Fuel: LH2 / LOX (liquid hydrogen / liquid oxygen)

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  • Liftoff: 2:01:27 Blue Origin New Shepard Launch LIVE| Jeff Bezos to Space | 1st Human Space Flight

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    Blue Origin will be attempting to Launch their New Shepard Rocket to Space with Jeff Bezos, Wally funk, Oliver Daemon & mark bezos onboard for their NS-16 Mission. This will mark the first human spaceflight Mission for Blue origin.

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    On July 20, Blue Origin will fly its 16th New Shepard flight to space, and its first with astronauts on board. Broadcast starts at T-90 minutes to launch. New Shepard is go for launch. On July 20, Blue Origin will fly its 16th New Shepard flight to space, and its first with astronauts on board. Liftoff is currently targeted for 8:00 am CDT / 13:00 UTC.

    Blue Origin’s Launch Site One is in a remote location in the West Texas desert and there are no on-site public viewing areas in the vicinity of the launch site. The Texas Department of Transportation will be closing a portion of State Highway 54 adjacent to the launch site and will not allow spectators on the closed portion of the road during the launch.

    NS-16 is a planned sub-orbital spaceflight scheduled to occur no earlier than 20 July 2021. The flight will mark the 16th flight of Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket and the first time the spacecraft will carry crew. The mission will be crewed by American billionaire and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark, pilot and Mercury 13 candidate Wally Funk, and Dutch student Oliver Daemen. Daemen and Funk, who are respectively 18 and 82 years old, will be the youngest and oldest astronauts to travel to space.

    New Shepard is a vertical-takeoff, vertical-landing (VTVL), crew-rated suborbital launch vehicle that is being developed by Blue Origin as a commercial system for suborbital space tourism.
    The New Shepard is a fully reusable, vertical takeoff, vertical landing (VTVL) space vehicle composed of two principal parts: a pressurized crew capsule and a booster rocket that Blue Origin calls a propulsion module. The New Shepard is controlled entirely by on-board computers, without ground control or a human pilot.

    The New Shepard is powered using a Blue Origin BE-3 bipropellant rocket engine burning liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen

    The New Shepard Crew Capsule is a pressurized crew capsule that can carry six people, and supports a full-envelope launch escape system that can separate the capsule from the booster rocket anywhere during the ascent. Interior volume of the capsule is 15 cubic meters (530 cu ft).The Crew Capsule Escape Solid Rocket Motor (CCE-SRM) is sourced from Aerojet Rocketdyne. After separation two or three parachutes deploy. Just before landing, retro rockets fire.

    The New Shepard is launched vertically from West Texas and then performs a powered flight for about 110 s and to an altitude of 40 km (25 mi). The craft's momentum carries it upward in unpowered flight as the vehicle slows, culminating at an altitude of about 100 km (62 mi). After reaching apogee the vehicle performs a descent and restart its main engines a few tens of seconds before vertical landing, close to its launch site. crew module that separates close to peak altitude, and the propulsion module performs a powered landing while the crew module lands under parachutes. The crew module can also separate in case of vehicle malfunction or other emergency using solid propellant separation boosters and perform a parachute landing.

    #BlueOrigin #JeffBezos #NewShepard

  • Replay - New Shepard Mission NS-15 Webcast

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    Blue Origin successfully completed its 15th consecutive mission to space and back today and conducted a series of simulations to rehearse astronaut movements and operations for future flights with customers on board. This mission marked a verification step prior to flying astronauts.

    For the first time, Blue Origin personnel standing in as astronauts entered the capsule prior to launch. These astronauts conducted a series of tests from within the capsule including a comms check with the Capsule Communicator (CAPCOM), procedures for entering and exiting the capsule, and pre-launch preparations within the capsule. Following the crew capsule landing, the astronauts rehearsed post-flight procedures, hatch opening, and exiting the capsule.

  • Watch Blue Origins New Shepard Rocket Launch and Land - NS-12 Mission

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    Blue Origin's NS-12 mission and its New Shepard rocket launched and landed on Dec. 11, 2019. Full Story:

    Credit: Blue Origin

  • Blue Origin NS-17: New Shepard launch and landing, 26 August 2021

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    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched from and landed at Blue Origin’s Launch Site One in West Texas, on 26 August 2021, at 14:31 UTC (09:31 CDT). During the mission, NASA’s lunar landing technology demonstration was tested for the second time on the exterior of the booster, 18 commercial payloads were inside the crew capsule (11 NASA-supported) and an art installation was present on the exterior of the capsule. NS-17 is the eight mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle.
    Credit: Blue Origin

  • Tour Blue Origins crew capsule - Everyone gets a window seat

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    Blue Origin takes you inside their New Shepard crew capsule, sporting the largest windows that have ever flown in space.

    Credit: Blue Origin

  • Blue Origin NS-15 Capsule, touchdown!

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    NS-15 Mission to Conduct Astronaut Rehearsal for Future Customer Flights
    Blue Origin’s New Shepard NS-15 flight is targeting liftoff on Wednesday, April 14, from Launch Site One in West Texas. The launch window opens at 8:00 AM CDT / 13:00 UTC. Building on the incremental and consecutive mission successes for the vehicle over the course of the program’s flight history, NS-15 is a verification step for the vehicle and operations prior to flying astronauts.

    During the mission, astronaut operational exercises will be conducted in preparation for human space flight. The primary operations will entail Blue Origin personnel standing in as astronauts entering into the capsule prior to launch. These astronauts will climb the launch tower, get into their seats, buckle their harnesses, and conduct a communications check from their seat with CAPCOM, the Capsule Communicator. The tower operations team will prepare the capsule cabin for launch and then briefly close the capsule hatch. The astronauts will then exit the capsule prior to launch.
    #NewShepard
    Credit : Blue Origin

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  • Watch: William Shatner Goes Into Space On Blue Origin Flight

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    Watch live coverage as 'Star Trek' actor William Shatner goes to the edge of space on a private Blue Origin flight. If successful, Shatner, who is 90 years old, will be the oldest person to reach space.

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  • Blue Origin NS-13: New Shepard launch and landing, 13 October 2020

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    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched and landed at Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site, on 13 October 2020, at 13:37 UTC (08:37 CDT). This was the 7th mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle.
    Credit: Blue Origin
    #NewShepard

  • Watch Every Blue Origin New Shepard Launch!

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    Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin has worked on New Shepard since the year 2000, watch the New Shepard rocket launch system evolve since its first launch in 2015. More than 20 years in the making, everything has led up to this moment with Jeff Bezos launching himself into space aboard his very own New Shepard rocket ship on July 20, 2021.

    Learn more about Blue Origin's milestone launch:

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    0:00 Pad Escape Test
    0:20 New Shepard Maiden Flight
    1:08 First Vertical Soft Landing
    2:21 Launch #3
    3:11 Launch #4
    4:39 Launch #5
    5:17 In-flight Escape Test
    7:14 New Shepard 3 Maiden Flight
    8:49 Launch #8
    9:39 High Altitude Escape Test
    11:45 Launch #10
    13:58 Launch #11
    15:28 Launch #12
    16:08 Launch #13
    17:25 New Shepard 4 Maiden Flight
    18:31 Crewed flight preparedness test

  • This is what Jeff Bezos did while in space | Blue Origin Launch

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    This is a video of Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, Wally Funk, and Oliver Daemen in Space.

    In this video, you can see Jeff Bezos and his fellow astronauts experiencing zero-gravity right after they arrived in space.

    On July 20 Blue Origin flew its billionaire founder Jeff Bezos and the other three astronauts to space aboard the New Shepard rocket. This was Blue Origin's first flight with astronauts on board.

  • Blue Origin launches first human spaceflight with Jeff Bezos ⁠— 7/20/21

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    Blue Origin, the space company founded by Amazon executive chairman Jeff Bezos in 2000, has been testing prototypes of its New Shepard rocket and capsule for more than a decade.

    Blue Origin’s first passenger spaceflight on Tuesday was a success, with the company’s rocket carrying founder Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, aerospace pioneer Wally Funk, and Dutch teenager Oliver Daemen.

    The company will be holding a press conference with the astronauts.

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    Blue Origin launches first human spaceflight with Jeff Bezos ⁠— 7/20/21

  • Watch Blue Origin launch Jeff Bezos to space!

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    Watch Blue Origin's historic first space flight on its New Shepard rocket and see Jeff Bezos and crew cross the Kármán line.

  • Billionaire Jeff Bezos Set To Launch Into Space Aboard Blue Origin Rocket

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    Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is set to launch into space onboard a rocket a capsule developed by Blue Origin, the billionaire’s private space company. Former astronaut and International Space Station Commander, Leroy Chiao, and author of “Test Gods: Virgin Galactic and the Making of a Modern Astronaut,” Nicholas Schmidle, join MSNBC to discuss how Bezos’ launch will differ from Richard Branson’s first space flight. » Subscribe to MSNBC:

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    Billionaire Jeff Bezos Set To Launch Into Space Aboard Blue Origin Rocket

  • Watch Full Blue Origin Flight From Liftoff To Touchdown

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    Watch Jeff Bezos and the all-civilian Blue Origin crew head to space aboard New Shepard. The crew landed safely and their trip totaled almost eleven minutes.

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  • Blue Origin launches New Shepard rocket with Jeff Bezos onboard | USA TODAY

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    Jeff Bezos launches into space onboard Blue Origin's tourism-focused New Shepard vehicle, the company's first crewed flight.
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  • Watch live: Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos launches Blue Shepard to the edge of space

    2:10:01

    Jeff Bezos says his dream of travelling into space was born when, as a five year old, he watched Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walk on the moon in 1969.

    Fifty-two years to the day, the Amazon founder and richest man on the planet will blast off in his own rocket to make that dream come true.

    Mr Bezos will be joined by his brother Mark and the two people who will become the youngest and oldest to travel to space.

    They will also be the first humans to lift off aboard the New Shepard rocket built by Mr Bezos's Blue Origin. There will be no crew on board as the launch is completely automated.

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  • LIVE: Blue Origin Rocket Launches Jeff Bezos into Space

    1:45:51

    On July 20, Jeff Bezos will go to space the old-fashioned way: on the end of a rocket.

    The New Shepard spacecraft by Blue Origin will lift off at Bezos’s ranch in West Texas, travel 62 miles overhead and then detach a crew capsule in which Bezos, his brother Mark, and two passengers will enjoy about three minutes of weightlessness.

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  • Blue Origin tests New Shepard launch vehicle

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    Blue Origin's New Shepard reusable space launch vehicle makes a successul test launch and landing in remote west Texas. (Jan. 14)

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  • WATCH: Blue Origin launch with Jeff Bezos Onboard! -- Live

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    Tune in Tuesday, July 20 at 4:30 a.m. PT to watch Jeff Bezos become one of the first astronauts launched into space by Blue Origin on its New Shepard rocket.

  • Blue Origin NS-14: New Shepard launch and landing, 14 January 2021

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    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched from and landed at Blue Origin’s Launch Site One in West Texas, on 14 January 2021, at 17:18 UTC (11:18 CST). The crew capsule for the mission has been upgraded with several communication and safety features for the passengers and one of the six seats was occupied by Mannequin Skywalker. NS-14 is the first mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle.
    Credit: Blue Origin
    #NewShepard

  • Blue Origin NS-14 Launch and Capsule Landing

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  • Blue Origin NS-18: New Shepard’s Second Human Flight

    6:50

    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched from and landed at Blue Origin’s Launch Site One in West Texas, on 13 October 2021, at 14:50 UTC (09:50 CDT). For the second time, the New Shepard capsule carried passengers to space: William Shatner, Glen de Vries, Audrey Powers and Dr. Chris Boshuizen. NS-18 is the fourth mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle (NS4).
    Credit: Blue Origin
    William Shatner in space

  • BLUE ORIGIN New Shepard NS-14 Launch & Landing | ASTRONAUT EXPERIENCE UPGRADES

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    NEW SHEPARD NS-14: ASTRONAUT EXPERIENCE UPGRADES
    Blue Origin’s next New Shepard flight is targeting liftoff tomorrow, January 14, at 9:45 AM CST / 15:45 UTC from Launch Site One in West Texas. Mission NS-14 is the 14th flight for the New Shepard program.

    For this mission, the crew capsule will be outfitted with upgrades for the astronaut experience as the program nears human space flight. The upgrades include improvements to environmental features such as acoustics and temperature regulation inside the capsule, crew display panels, and speakers with a microphone and push-to-talk button at each seat. The mission will also test a number of astronaut communication and safety alert systems. The capsule will be outfitted with six seats, including one occupied by Mannequin Skywalker.
    Credit : BLUE ORIGIN
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    #BlueOrigin #NS14 #NewShepard

  • Blue Origin launches capsule with Mannequin Skywalker aboard, lands rocket

    8:12

    Blue Origin's NS-14 mission and its New Shepard rocket launched and landed on Jan. 14, 2021. It launched an uncrewed capsule with astronaut experience upgrades and a test mannequin named Skywalker in one of its seats. -- Full Story

    Credit: Blue Origin

  • Blue Origin New Shepard NS-14 Launch And Landing Highlights

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    Blue Origin's NS-14 mission and its New Shepard rocket launched and landed on Jan. 14, 2021. It launched an uncrewed capsule with astronaut experience upgrades and a test mannequin named Skywalker in one of its seats.

    Credit: Blue Origin

  • Historic Rocket Landing

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    Blue Origin’s New Shepard space vehicle successfully flew to space, reaching its planned test altitude of 329,839 feet (100.5 kilometers) before executing a historic landing back at the launch site in West Texas.

  • Liftoff 01:02:24 Blue Origin New Shepard Launch LIVE | NS-14 Mission | Jeff Bezos

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    Blue origin headed by Jeff Bezos will be attempting to launch their New Shepard rocket (NS-14 Mission) to test various technologies required for their future human spaceflight programme.

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    Blue Origin’s next New Shepard mission (NS-14) is currently targeting liftoff for Thursday, January 14, 2021 from Launch Site One in West Texas.

    For this mission, the crew capsule will be outfitted with upgrades for the astronaut experience as the program nears human space flight. The upgrades include improvements to environmental features such as acoustics and temperature regulation inside the capsule, crew display panels, and speakers with a microphone and push-to-talk button at each seat. The mission will also test a number of astronaut communication and safety alert systems. The capsule will be outfitted with six seats, including one occupied by Mannequin Skywalker.

    Blue Origin will be conducting the 14th flight of its New Shepard launch vehicle on the NS-14 mission. Blue Origin eventually aims to enable people (with a good amount of money) to purchase a ticket on a suborbital flight. This will be the inaugural flight of the fourth New Shepard booster – the very rocket that will soon carry humans. New Shepard only has the ability to launch on a suborbital trajectory with an apogee of 118.825 km (73.8345 miles) – their record.

    NS-14 will fly on a suborbital trajectory with the attached capsule. It will ferry the capsule up to just above the Karman line before falling back down to Earth with the final stages ending under a parachute. While the capsule does make it just past the Karman line it does not go into orbit because it does not have enough velocity.

    Mannequin Skywalker, Blue Origin’s test dummy will be riding along and gathering data such as g force and acoustics to farther rate the capsule and the entire vehicle for human flight. This capsule in particular has been fitted with more communications equipment, better crew displays and acoustics and thermal dampening for a more comfortable flight experience.

    After separation of the capsule and the booster, the booster has a few minutes of free-fall before it reignites its BE-3PM engine to perform the landing burn. Currently, New Shepard and the Falcon 9/ Falcon Heavy are the only two launch vehicles to land propulsively, successfully.

    NS-14 will be the first flight of the new NS4 rocket. NS4 has some improved accessibility panels for easier cleaning and checkout on the hardware. NS4 will be the booster to fly humans.

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  • Blue Origin rocket launch and landing!

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  • Liftoff 2:37:28 Blue Origin New Shepard Launch LIVE | NS-15 Launch | RocketGyan | Jeff Bezos

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    Blue origin will be attempting to Launch their New Shepard rocket for the NS-15 Mission. This is the ultimate flight test and rehearsal before they fly humans on board the New shepard rocket.

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    Blue Origin’s NS-15 New Shepard flight is targeting liftoff Wednesday, April 14, from Launch Site One in West Texas. Building on the incremental mission successes for the vehicle over the course of the program’s flight history, NS-15 is a verification step prior to flying astronauts. Additional astronaut operational exercises will also be conducted in preparation for human flight.

    Blue Origin’s New Shepard NS-15 flight is targeting liftoff on Wednesday, April 14, from Launch Site One in West Texas. The launch window opens at 10:15 AM CDT / 15:15 UTC. Building on the incremental and consecutive mission successes for the vehicle over the course of the program’s flight history, NS-15 is a verification step for the vehicle and operations prior to flying astronauts.

    During the mission, astronaut operational exercises will be conducted in preparation for human space flight. The primary operations will entail Blue Origin personnel standing in as astronauts entering into the capsule prior to launch. These astronauts will climb the launch tower, get into their seats, buckle their harnesses, and conduct a communications check from their seat with CAPCOM, the Capsule Communicator. The tower operations team will prepare the capsule cabin for launch and then briefly close the capsule hatch. The astronauts will then exit the capsule prior to launch.

    Post-landing, the astronauts will get inside the capsule to rehearse hatch opening, and exiting the capsule at the landing site.

    Inside the capsule during the flight will be Mannequin Skywalker, along with more than 25,000 postcards on behalf of Club for the Future, the nonprofit founded by Blue Origin.

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  • Blue Origin New Shepards Mission 14 launch and landing in HD 720p

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    Mission NS-14 took a little more than 10 minutes to complete and sent the crew capsule more than 350,000 feet into the air. The mission tested safety and communications systems ahead of the company's plans to send crews into space.

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  • Blue Origins New Shepard 14 Launch and Landing + Capsule Touchdown

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  • Blue Origin New Shepard NS-15 Launch Recap - Successful Landing

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    Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin has successfully launched and landed an uncrewed test flight of its New Shepard rocket-capsule combo, NS-15. This mission was a “verification step” for the rocket and capsule before flying people.

    The New Shepard is a reusable rocket-capsule, designed to take customers and payloads on brief trips to suborbital space. The capsule is designed to carry up to six people.

    The launch was conducted at Blue Origin’s facility in West Texas.

    Both the booster and the capsule landed successfully.

  • Live: Jeff Bezos Blue Origin launches new space capsule

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    Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin is launching its 14th uncrewed mission of its suborbital New Shepard rocket from Texas to test astronaut capsule upgrades.

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  • Blue Origin| New Shepard Mission NS-14

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    Blue Origin’s next New Shepard mission (NS-14) is currently targeting liftoff for Thursday, January 14, 2021 from Launch Site One in West Texas.
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  • Blue Origin test launches 14th uncrewed mission of New Shepard rocket

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  • Blue Origin - New Shepard NS-14 Mission - January 14, 2021

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    Blue Origin launched successfully on January 14, 2021, the New Shepard suborbital spacecraft beyond the Karman Line of 100 km.

    Key Mission Stats:

    15th consecutive successful crew capsule landing (every flight in the program, including pad escape test in 2012).
    The crew capsule reached an apogee of 347,568 ft above ground level (AGL) / 351,215 ft mean sea level (MSL) (105 km AGL/107 km MSL).
    The booster reached an apogee of 347,211 ft AGL / 350,858 ft MSL (105 km AGL/106 km MSL).
    The mission elapsed time was 10 min, 10 sec and the max ascent velocity was 2,242 mph / 3,609 km/h.

    You will see very unique shots in here, so enjoy!

    For this mission, the crew capsule was outfitted with upgrades for the astronaut experience as the program nears human space flight. The upgrades include improvements to environmental features such as acoustics and temperature regulation inside the capsule, crew display panels, and speakers with a microphone and push-to-talk button at each seat. The mission will also test a number of astronaut communication and safety alert systems. The capsule was outfitted with six seats, including one occupied by Mannequin Skywalker.

    Also inside the capsule, Blue Origin’s nonprofit Club for the Future flown more than 50,000 postcards to space and back from students worldwide. A selection of postcards flown in Mannequin Skywalker’s pockets. This is the third batch of Club for the Future postcards flown to space. To participate in the postcard program, go here.

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