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  • 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:

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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 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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  • Replay: New Shepard Mission NS-18 Webcast

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    Blue Origin successfully completed the second human spaceflight on board New Shepard on Wednesday, October 13, 2021. The flight included four private citizens, Dr. Chris Boshuizen, Glen de Vries, Audrey Powers, and William Shatner.

    Now official astronauts, the crew was welcomed back from space with a celebration in the West Texas desert with family, friends, and the Blue Origin team.

    If you are interested in securing your own trip to space on a future New Shepard launch, visit BlueOrigin.com.

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  • 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 - New Shepard - NS-18 Mission - Captain Kirk goes to Space - October 13, 2021

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    Blue Origin announced New Shepard’s 18th mission, NS-18, will lift off on Tuesday, October 12, carrying four astronauts to space and back, including Dr. Chris Boshuizen, a former NASA engineer and co-founder of Planet Labs, and Glen de Vries, Vice-Chair, Life Sciences & Healthcare, Dassault Systèmes and co-founder, Medidata. The two other astronauts will be announced in the coming days. There was a rumour out that Captain James Tiberius Kirk would join the flight!

    Confirmation October 4, 2021: The Captain will go to space!

    Today, Blue Origin announced actor William Shatner and Audrey Powers, Blue Origin’s Vice President of Mission & Flight Operations, will fly onboard New Shepard NS-18. They will join crewmates Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries for the flight which lifts off from Launch Site One on October 13.

    This flight follows Blue Origin’s successful first human flight on July 20 which included Jeff Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, aviation pioneer Wally Funk, and Blue Origin’s first customer, Oliver Daemen.

    Also on board NS-18 will be thousands of postcards from Blue Origin’s foundation, Club for the Future.

    The Livestream will start T-90 Minutes before the planned lift-off.

    The launch is scheduled for October 13, 9:00 a.m. CDT / 10:00 a.m EDT / 14:00 UTC / 16:00 CEST.

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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.

  • 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.
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  • 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.

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  • Blue Origin Launch William Shatner into Space on Jeff Bezos New Shepard Rocket

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    Blue Origin is set to launch William Shatner on their second crewed spaceflight of its New Shepard rocket. Takeoff is currently scheduled on Wednesday, October 13 at 9:00 am CDT / 14:00 UTC from Corn Ranch, Texas.

    New Shepard is designed to take people and payloads to suborbital space and back. It is expected to start sending space tourists this year. Ticket reservations are still on hold.

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    This will be the second Blue Origin crewed spaceflight, launching humans into space, including an actor William Shatner, will become the oldest person to travel to space at the age of 90.

    Shatner fellow passengers will include Audrey Powers, Blue Origin’s Vice President of Mission & Flight Operations; Dr. Chris Boshuizen, a former NASA engineer and co-founder of Planet Labs; and Glen de Vries, Vice-Chair, Life Sciences & Healthcare, Dassault Systèmes and co-founder, Medidata.

    The crew will have roughly three minutes of weightlessness before the capsule begins to reenter the atmosphere. Once in the atmosphere, the capsule will deploy its parachutes and land softly 2 miles from the launch site.

    New Shepard will launch and land vertically just like SpaceX Falcon 9 does.

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  • Watch Blue Origins New Shepard rocket launch

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    Blue Origin's founder Jeff Bezos, along with his younger brother Mark Bezos, Mary Wallace Funk and Oliver Daemen were passengers on the July 20 launch. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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  • Watch Jeff Bezos go to space on New Shepard!

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    For the first time ever, Blue Origin will be launching humans on the flight proven New Shepard 4 rocket on their NS-16 mission. To put an even better twist, founder of Blue Origin and the largely successful Amazon, Jeff Bezos, will also be flying to space on the New Shepard capsule. Similarly to the last 15 flights, New Shepard will launch the capsule on a sub-orbital trajectory. However, this time, four out of the six seats inside the capsule will be filled with living, breathing people.

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  • Watch Bezos Blue Origin launch a crew with William Shatner to space — 10/13/2021

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    Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is set to launch its New Shepard rocket for the fifth time this year on Wednesday, and Canadian actor William Shatner will join the second crewed spaceflight for the company.

    Called NS-18, this New Shepard mission will carry a crew of four: Shatner, Blue Origin VP of mission and flight operations Audrey Powers, Planet Labs co-founder Chris Boshuizen and Medidata co-founder Glen de Vries. Credit: Feed provided by Blue Origin.

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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.

  • 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.
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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.

  • William Shatner space launch on Blue Origin: watch live

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    #WilliamShatner #BlueOrigin #RocketMan Actor William Shatner is counting down to his wildest role yet: riding a rocket into space, courtesy of “Star Trek” fan Jeff Bezos.

    Best known for his role as Captain Kirk, the 90-year-old Shatner is joinng three other passengers for Wednesday morning's planned launch from West Texas. It will be known as New Shepard Mission NS-18.

    He'll become the oldest person in space. Bezos' space travel company, Blue Origin, invited Shatner on the brief jaunt to the fringes of the final frontier.

  • Replay - New Shepard Mission NS-17 Webcast

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    On August 26, 2021, Blue Origin successfully completed its 17th New Shepard mission to space and back for the program, and the 8th consecutive flight for this particular vehicle. The flight featured commercial and NASA-supported payloads on board, including a reflight of the Deorbit, Descent, and Landing (DDL) Sensor Demonstration under a NASA Tipping Point partnership. The DDL demonstration, which flew for the second time mounted on the exterior of New Shepard’s booster, tested technology designed to achieve high-accuracy landing for future Moon missions. This aims to enable long-term lunar exploration. Learn More:

  • Blue Origins rocket launches to edge of space, carrying Jeff Bezos and crew

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    CNBC's Squawk on the Street team watches the liftoff of Blue Origin's historic launch that is carrying Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and his crew. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    For 10 minutes and 10 seconds on Tuesday, Jeff Bezos wasn’t the richest man on Earth.

    His Blue Origin company launched him into spaceflight history on Tuesday. Its first crewed New Shepard rocket blasted off from the Texas desert for the brief flight, also carrying his brother and the oldest and youngest people to ever have flown in space.

    “Best day ever!” Bezos said after touchdown.

    The capsule carrying the Blue Origin crew accelerated to more than three times the speed of sound before it reached beyond the 80 kilometer boundary (about 262,000 feet) the U.S. uses to mark the edge of space. The crew capsule reached an altitude of 107 kilometers (351,210 feet), and the rocket hit a top speed of 2,233 mph during the launch.

    The crew floated in microgravity for a couple minutes, before the capsule returned and landed under a set of parachutes to end the mission after 10 minutes and 10 seconds.

    The launch marked Blue Origin’s entrance into the market of private spaceflight, joining Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic — its direct competitor in the sector of suborbital tourism — and Elon Musk’s SpaceX.

    “This is a tiny little step of what Blue Origin is going to do,” Bezos told CNBC’s Morgan Brennan after he touched down. “What we’re really trying to do is build reusable space vehicles. It’s the only way to build a road to space, and we need to build a road to space so that our children can build the future.”

    Branson congratulated Bezos after the mission.

    “Well done,” Branson tweeted. “Impressive! Very best to all the crew from me and all the team at @virgingalactic”

    In addition to his singular net worth, Bezos, 57, is also the only space founder to ride the first crewed flight of his company. While SpaceX and Virgin Galactic have launched astronauts before, Bezos is the first to put himself on the inaugural crew flight.

    Also on the flight were Wally Funk, 82, and Oliver Daemen, 18 — respectively the oldest and youngest humans to ever fly in space — and Bezos’ brother, Mark, 53.

    Bezos invited his brother and Funk, a female aerospace pioneer, to join the flight. Daemen was a late addition. His seat was originally part of a public auction, but the auction’s winner, an anonymous person who bid $28 million to fly with Bezos, was unable to make the July 20 launch date. Daemen’s father, Joes, CEO of a private equity firm in the Netherlands, was also a bidder, with Daemen scheduled to fly on Blue Origin’s second crew launch as a paying passenger. When the mystery bidder backed out, the company moved Daemen up to the first launch.

    Tuesday’s launch also came on another historic milestone — the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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  • Blue Origin - New Shepard 15 Mission - Launch Site One - Texas - April 14, 2021

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    0:00 Space Affairs Ad Astra Livestream Intro
    46:23 Blue Origin Live webcast starts
    1:05:28 Crew launch dress rehearsal
    1:50:35 Insight view in the New Glenn test facility Florida - KSC
    2:02:59 Hot Fire Test Blue Origin BE-4 tests
    2:09:41 Insight view in the Blue Origin Human Moon Landing System
    2:37:18 2 Minute Countdown
    2:39:08 10 Seconds Countdown
    2:46:00 Booster landing
    2:48:30 Parachute landing New Shepard Capsule

    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.

    Post-landing, the astronauts will get inside the capsule to rehearse the 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, Blue Origin’s nonprofit organization.

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  • Watch New Shepard touch down after Jeff Bezos first human space flight

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    The first crewed Blue Origin flight comes back after its mission to space.

  • REPLAY: Blue Origin New Shepard NS-17 suborbital launch

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    This is a replay of the live stream.
    Launch site: Corn Ranch (Blue Origin Suborbital Launch Facility) near Van Horn, TX
    Destination: Suborbital (straight up, straight down)
    New Shepard will fly a NASA lunar landing technology demonstration a second time on the exterior of the booster, 18 commercial payloads inside the crew capsule, 11 of which are NASA-supported, and an art installation on the exterior of the capsule. Delayed from Aug 25 to “verify a fix on a payload integration issue and taking an extra look before we fly.”

    - Mounted to the exterior of the booster will be a NASA lunar landing tech demo which first flew on a previous New Shepard flight.
    - Outside the unmanned crew capsule, painted on top of the parachute covers will be an art installation by Ghanaian artist Amoako Boafo called Suborbital Tryptych, consisting of portraits of the artist, his mother, and his friend’s mother. It’s part of Uplift Aerospace’s “Uplift Art Program”, to inspire new ideas and generate dialog.
    - Inside the capsule will be 18 commercial payloads, including:
    - The Modal Propellant Gauging experiment from Carthage College, demonstrating a novel approach to measuring propellant levels in spacecraft propellant tanks in a microgravity environment.
    - The Orbital Syngas / Commodity Augmentation Reactor (a.k.a. OSCAR) from NASA Kennedy Space Center, which aims to reuse and repurpose common spaceflight waste products by using heat, and an oxygen supply stage to transform the trash into useful resources such as water and propellant. This will be the OSCAR’s 2nd flight on New Shepard.
    - Liquid Acquisition Device or LAD-3 from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, their 3rd flight on New Shepard in a series of demonstrations of how liquid/vapor interfaces behave and how bubbles move in microgravity.
    - The Biological Imaging in Support of Suborbital Science from the University of Florida, their 3rd experiment in which the FLEX fluorescence imaging system will enable increasingly precise and dynamic biological research on suborbital missions.

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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. New Shepard's capsule is designed to accommodate up to 7 people, and it has the largest windows which have ever flown in space. In July 2021, Jeff Bezos and 3 other passengers rode the first crewed New Shepard flight to an altitude of 107 km (66 mi).
    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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  • Replay of New Shepard Mission 8 Livestream

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    New Shepard flew again for the eighth time on April 29, 2018, from Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site. Known as Mission 8 (M8), the mission featured a reflight of the vehicle flown on Mission 7. The Crew Capsule reached an apogee of 351,000 feet (66 miles, 107 kilometers) – the altitude we’ve been targeting for operations.

    For the second time, Blue Origin’s test dummy “Mannequin Skywalker” flew to space conducting astronaut telemetry and science studies. The flight also carried research payloads for NASA, the German Aerospace Center (DLR), and commercial customers. Learn more about the payloads:

    We look forward to sharing upcoming test flights as we continue our progress toward human spaceflight.

  • Touchdown! Blue Origins New Shepard Capsule Lands - NS-12 Mission

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    Blue Origin's New Shepard capsule landed after a successful flight on Dec. 11, 2019. Full Story:

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  • Blue Origin NS-12 New Shepard Rocket Flight and Landing

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    This mission was another step towards verifying New Shepard for human spaceflight as we continue to mature the safety and reliability of the vehicle.

    This was the 6th flight for this particular New Shepard vehicle. Blue Origin has so far reused two boosters five times each consecutively, so today marks a record with this booster completing its 6th flight to space and back.

    This particular rocket has been an operational payload vehicle for several flights, meaning there are no more updates to the system.

    This was also the 9th commercial payload mission for New Shepard, and we are proud to be have flown our 100th customer on board.

    Also on the vehicle were thousands of postcards from students around the world for our nonprofit Club for the Future. The Club's mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in STEM and help visualize the future of life in space.

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    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched and landed at Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site, on 11 December 2019, at 17:53 UTC (11:53 CST). This was the 6th mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle. Audio commentary by Ariane Cornell, Director of Astronaut & Orbital Sales, Blue Origin.

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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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  • Blue Origin New Shepherd Rocket Launch and land NS-12 mission

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  • WATCH: Blue Origin NS-12 New Shepard Rocket Test Flight

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  • Blue Origin NS-12: New Shepard launch & landing, December 2019

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    The New Shepard reusable launch system was launched and landed at Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site, on 11 December 2019, at 17:53 UTC (11:53 CST). This was the 6th mission, launch and landing, for this New Shepard launch vehicle. Audio commentary by Ariane Cornell, Director of Astronaut & Orbital Sales, Blue Origin.
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  • Watch Jeff Bezos Blue Origin launch and land New Shepard rocket in space tourism test flight

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    Blue Origin, the space venture of Jeff Bezos, is set to attempt the third launch and landing this year of its New Shepard rocket on Thursday, as the company takes another step toward flying to the edge of space with people.

    Lifting off from Blue Origin’s facility in West Texas, this mission will not fly crew but will feature a number of commercial payloads, such as microgravity experiments and research. This is the company’s 12th New Shepard mission, as well as the sixth for this specific booster, breaking the company’s previous record of five flights with one booster.

    The company say the booster has had “minimal refurbishment between flights.” New Shepard’s booster last flew on a mission on May 2, which had 38 payloads on board.

    This mission’s commercial payloads include two winning projects from the musical group OK Go’s “Art in Space” contest, a Columbia University study of microgravity’s impact on on cell biology – advised by professor Mike Massimino, a NASA astronaut who flew on the Space Shuttles – and OSCAR, a recycling technology experiment from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center.

    Blue Origin CEO Bob Smith told CNBC in September that he expects the company will test fly New Shepard at least two more times before it puts the first people on board.

    New Shepard would launch six passengers on a ride past the edge of space, where they would float in zero gravity for 10 minutes before returning to Earth. The rocket’s capsule features massive windows, which will give expansive views of the Earth once in space.

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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).

  • WATCH Blue Origin Successfully launch and land 13th test flight of New Shepard rocket NS-13

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    Jeff Bezos’ space company Blue Origin on Tuesday conducted the latest test flight of its New Shepard rocket (NS-13) at its launch and landing facility in West Texas.

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  • 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

  • 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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  • Jeff Bezos launches his rocket to space! Blue Origin New Shepard NS-12

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    Launch site: Blue Origin West Texas Suborbital Launch Site
    Destination: Suborbital flight, self-landing rocket
    Dec 11, 2019. NS-12 is the 6th flight for this particular New Shepard vehicle, and the 12th New Shepard flight overall. The previous booster flew 5 times consecutively, with minimal refurbishment between flights. This will also be the 9th commercial payload mission for New Shepard, and Blue Origin's 100th customer payload is on board. Also on the vehicle are thousands of postcards from students around the world for the nonprofit Club for the Future. The Club's mission is to inspire future generations to pursue careers in STEM and help visualize the future of life in space. Scrubbed on Dec 10 due to weather.

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    New Shepard is 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.
    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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  • 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
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    52:49 - T Minus 1 Minute
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  • Watch Blue Origin auction seat on New Shepard rocket with Jeff Bezos!

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    The final bid came out to $28 million dollars to ride alongside Jeff Bezos on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket on July 20. Watch a recap of the live auction for a seat, right here.

  • Blue Origin New Shepard NS-16 Mission. Will Bezos Fly To Space?

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    #blueorigin, #rocketlaunch, #jeffbezos
    Blue Origin wants to show that the company isn’t worse in terms of technology than SpaceX. The race continues, and NS-16 mission is set to be the starting point of the new age when people will agree that Jeff Bezos isn’t only just a businessman who sells things on Amazon, but is a space exploration enthusiast who stands on one level with Elon Musk and NASA. Jeff wants to be the first man to launch a space tourist.

    NS-16 mission is planned on July, 2021 and it will be the first crewed mission with some passengers onboard. This will be practically the first space tourism experience. Recently there was an auction and a man won the right for flying to space along with Jeff Bezos for 28 million dollars. So, now we know for sure that Jeff is going to be one of the first tourists in space himself.

    In our today’s video we’ll look at the NS-16 mission and tell you what it might be like for those people who will be inside the capsule. Want to get updated on new videos? Subscribe to our channel:


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  • Watch Blue Origins Pre Launch Mission Briefing

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    Watch Blue Origin scientists and engineers talk about the upcoming mission with Jeff Bezos onboard a Blue Origin rocket.

  • 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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  • What to expect when Blue Origins New Shepard launches and lands in West Texas

    1:22

    Ariane Cornell with Blue Origin discusses exactly what will happen after launch.

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  • Jeff Bezos On Blue Origins Space Odyssey: New Shepards Flight Time, Path, Passengers

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    Blue Origin will launch its first crewed mission on its New Shepard rocket on July 20 to fly its billionaire founder Jeff Bezos and three other passengers to suborbital space and back. Liftoff is set for 9 am EDT (1300 GMT) from Blue Origin's Launch Site One in West Texas. It will launch Bezos, his brother Mark Bezos, Mercury 13 & aviation pioneer Wally Funk & 18-year-old Oliver Daemon. Bezos and his three crewmates won't wear pressurised spacesuits when they launch. Instead they'll wear Blue Origin's standard-issue flight suits.

    Meanwhile, a 30-year-old woman from Maharashtra is part of the team of engineers that built Blue Origin's suborbital space rocket New Shephard. A systems engineer at the spaceflight services company, Sanjal Gavande was born in Kalyan and dreamed of building a spaceship even as a child. Blue Origin's upcoming launch, which it has called the First Human Flight, will launch Bezos & the crew members to an altitude of 62 miles (100 kilometers), where they will experience 3-4 minutes of weightlessness before returning to Earth in their space capsule. They will land in the West Texas desert to be retrieved by a recovery team. Watch the video to know more.

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  • Countdown to liftoff: Blue Origin prepares for New Shepherd launch

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    Billionaire Jeff Bezos will be among the four-person crew headed into space, along with his brother and the youngest and oldest people to go into space. More:

  • LIVE: Billionaire Jeff Bezos launches into space aboard Blue Origins New Shepard spacecraft

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    The world's richest person and Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos and his brother join Wally Funk and the winner of an auction for a seat on Blue Origin's New Shepard spacecraft.

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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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  • New Shepard Rocket Launch Compilation | Go To Space

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    Launch Compilation of Blue Origin's New Shepard Spacecraft from test flight missions performed over the years.

    Video edited by: Go To Space
    Footage Courtesy: Bue Origin
    Music: Ocean by THBD
    Outro Music : HeroicMonk - Can't Kill Me

    List of launches featured in the video:

    * 1st Test Flight: April 29, 2015 (New Shepard 1) - Successful atmospheric flight to altitude 93.5 km (307,000 ft), capsule recovered, booster crashed on landing.
    * 2nd Test Flight: November 23, 2015 (New Shepard 2) - Successful Sub-orbital spaceflight and landing.
    * 3rd Test Flight: January 22, 2016 (New Shepard 2) - Successful sub-orbital flight and landing of a reused booster.
    * 4th Test Flight: April 2, 2016 (New Shepard 2) - Successful sub-orbital flight and landing of a reused booster.
    * 5th Test Flight: June 19, 2016 (New Shepard 2) - Successful sub-orbital flight and landing of a reused booster: The fourth launch and landing of the same rocket. Blue Origin published a live webcast of the takeoff and landing.
    * 6th Test Flight: October 5, 2016 (New Shepard 2) - Successful sub-orbital flight and landing of a reused booster: The fifth and final launch and landing of the same rocket (NS2).
    * 7th Test Flight: December 12, 2017 (New Shepard 3) - Successful sub-orbital flight and landing. The first launch of NS3 and new Crew Capsule 2.0.

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