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Developing technologies to enable human access to space at dramatically lower cost and increased reliability.
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Telesat Jan 31
We’re also announcing today an agreement with for multiple launches on their powerful New Glenn rocket, paving the way for New Glenn to play a key role in Telesat’s deployment of its global LEO satellite constellation
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Blue Origin Jan 31
We’re honored to take to space and partner with a satellite industry leader. ’s 7-meter fairing, with its huge mass and volume capabilities, is a perfect match for Telesat’s constellation plans while reducing launch costs per satellite.
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Blue Origin Jan 25
BE-4 engines will power and the first stage of ’s Vulcan rocket. Ready to add 300+ new employees to Team Blue.
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Blue Origin Jan 25
Thanks to the votes of confidence from , from for national security missions, and from Huntsville and the state of Alabama – we are breaking ground on a world-class facility to produce our engines and power the next generation of spaceflight.
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Blue Origin Jan 23
We have a lean and mighty team in mission control on launch day – about 30 people who operate New Shepard. Meet our teammate Laura who, like all of us at Blue, is focused on lowering the cost of access to space.
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Shout out to the next generation of space entrepreneurs and researchers who flew on today’s mission! , , , and
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Blue Origin Jan 23
flew 8 research & technology payloads to space today. It’s great to be part of the team. ’s reusability is lowering launch costs — so students, scientists and entrepreneurs can explore new ways to use space to benefit Earth
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Jim Bridenstine Jan 23
Congratulations to on a successful flight today of the crew capsule! We are thrilled to work with our commercial partners to develop innovative space technologies through 's Flight Opportunities program.
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Watch the full replay of today’s mission
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Launch. Land. Repeat.
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Touchdown of the crew capsule! Looks to have been a wholly successful flight today
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Touchdown of the booster!
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Capsule has reached its apogee and is heading back home with its research and technology payloads
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Max Q has been reached with aerodynamic stressors at their maximum on the rocket. Go go!
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Liftoff! has cleared the tower with 9 -sponsored payloads on board
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Blue Origin Jan 23
T-60 seconds until launch. Tune in to the webcast where is live:
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Blue Origin Jan 23
Our webcast is starting now on . Join us as we give you a sneak peek into today’s launch.
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Blue Origin Jan 23
It’s launch day! is on the pad and ready for flight today with 8 payloads on board. Live webcast begins on at 8:20 am CST – current liftoff target is 8:50 am CST / 14:50 UTC
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Blue Origin Jan 22
We are go for launch tomorrow. Weather looking good. Targeting liftoff at 8:50 am CST / 14:50 UTC. Follow live on and check out the payloads flying with us
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Blue Origin Jan 21
More heavy winds in the forecast for tomorrow, so we are now targeting Wednesday 1/23 for the launch.
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