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Developing technologies to enable human access to space at dramatically lower cost and increased reliability.
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Jeff Bezos Oct 10
Thank you to the for your confidence in the team and our rocket. We are proud to serve the national security space community and are committed to providing safe, reliable access to space for the nation.
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Blue Origin Oct 10
Honored to be selected by through the LSA acquisition. With this, we will pursue a Vandenberg launch site and gain certification for national security missions. Thrilled to leverage our commercial heavy-lift launch vehicle for these important missions.
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OHB Oct 3
The OHB Group yesterday signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for future cooperation with the U.S. aerospace company . The companies and will collaborate on a payload on board Blue Origin’s reusable orbital :
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Blue Origin Oct 3
Thank you and for partnering with us on a future mission! Looking forward to collaborating on a payload headed to the moon.
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Blue Origin Oct 2
Excited to work with – an industry leader in antenna manufacturing. With ’s 7m fairing that has 2x the usable volume of any fairing on the market, satellite operators can simplify their antenna design.
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Blue Origin Oct 1
We’re excited to be a part of an international collaboration to build a sustained presence on the moon. and will help us get back to the moon, and this time to stay.
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Blue Origin Sep 27
It is a great day for the Blue Origin team! We are honored has selected Blue’s LOX/LNG BE-4 engine to power the Vulcan rocket’s first stage.
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Blue Origin Aug 10
Recent footage of BE-3U demonstration engine hot fire. Two BE-3Us will power upper stage of & deliver our customers to orbit. We’ve completed over 700 seconds of test time & confirmed performance assumptions used for final BE-3U expander cycle design
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NASA Jul 18
Congratulations ! Today’s successful launch of the New Shepard rocket also included five -supported payloads onboard. For each one of them, this flight was one in a series of suborbital demonstrations of the technology:
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Safe escape in any phase of flight
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Blue Origin Jul 18
An inside look at the Flight Readiness Review leading up to a successful Mission 9
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Great work Blue Team on a successful New Shepard mission! Here’s the full replay of the webcast
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Touchdown of the crew capsule!
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Touchdown of the booster!
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Escape motor fired. Let’s see how New Shepard responds in this extreme test.
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Liftoff! New Shepard has cleared the tower on its way to space. Escape motor to be fired after booster separation.
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Webcast starting now!
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Blue Origin Jul 18
New Shepard takes flight in T-27 minutes. Show starts in 10 minutes on with our host
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Blue Origin Jul 18
On Mission 9, we’re firing the crew capsule escape motor at the highest altitude ever. We are stressing the rocket to test that astronauts can get away from an anomaly at any time during flight. Live webcast starts T-20 on
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Mission 9 launch target now 10:00 am CT / 15:00 UTC.
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