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Blue Origin
Developing technologies to enable human access to space at dramatically lower cost and increased reliability.
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Blue Origin Aug 2
BE-4 continues to rack up time on the test stand. Here’s a great shot of our full power engine test today
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Blue Origin Jul 20
Today we honor and thank for their leadership in humanity’s greatest adventure as we aim to go back to the Moon to stay
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National Air and Space Museum Jul 14
Replying to @kscosmosphere
During the launch, the Saturn V's F-1 engines fell away and landed in the Atlantic Ocean, where they remained for over 40 years. Bezos Expeditions recovered the F-1 engine parts from the ocean floor and conserved them.
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Blue Origin Jul 18
Cheers! It’s time to go back to the Moon, this time to stay – here’s to many Blue Moons!
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Blue Origin Jun 25
Replying to @clubforfuture
By the way – there is another way to send your dreams, visions for the future or art to space on an upcoming launch. On you will find directions to send us a postcard that we will fly to space, and mail back to you
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Blue Origin Jun 25
Congrats to the winners of ’s competition. We can’t wait to fly your art experiments on !
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Blue Origin Jun 20
Highlights from chat with Amb. Caroline Kennedy yesterday at the .
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Jeff Bezos Jun 19
First hotfire of our lunar landing engine just yesterday at Marshall Space Flight Center. Data looks great and hardware is in perfect condition. Test went full planned duration – 35 seconds. Kudos to the whole team and grateful to for all the help!
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Blue Origin May 27
Remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Thank you.
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Blue Origin May 21
We’re thrilled about our partnership w/ to acceptance test our and engines at Test Stand 4670, the historic site for testing Saturn V and Space Shuttle engines. We love bringing more rocket engines to be built and tested in the Rocket City.
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Blue Origin May 16
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Blue Origin May 14
It’s an exciting time. Thanks for leading the way back to the Moon, and this time to stay.
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Blue Origin May 10
Here is the full replay of the special event yesterday where our founder discussed our vision to go to space to benefit Earth.
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Blue Origin May 9
Today, our founder shared our vision to go to space to benefit Earth. We must return to the Moon—this time to stay. We’re ready to support in getting there by 2024 with .
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Jim Bridenstine May 2
Congratulations to on another successful launch of ! is excited to partner with Blue Origin to help researchers and classrooms reach space.
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Blue Origin May 2
Congrats to the whole team on the fifth flight of this particular New Shepard vehicle. It’s another big step in demonstrating operational reusability.
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Blue Origin May 2
Successful 11th mission for ! Catch the full launch here
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Blue Origin May 2
Congrats to the Blue Origin team on what looks to be another wholly successful flight
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Blue Origin May 2
Touchdown of the capsule!
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Blue Origin May 2
Touchdown! This is the 11th landing of a New Shepard booster, and the 5th landing for this particular vehicle
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