Recently in the Blue Origin Category


Note: Blue Origin held an event in Washington DC today SpaceRef Interactive and numbe rof othe rnews organizations were denied attendance. The company also decided not to livestream the event. It is difficult to understand why Blue Origin acts this way when it comes to making announcements. Their press release is below:

New Shepard had a great mission on May 2, 2019. This particular rocket has flown to space and back 5 times.

Blue Origin demonstrated the versatility of the New Shepard system by taking 8 NASA-sponsored research and technology payloads into space today.

Moving heavy industry from Earth into space is at the core of Blue Origin's mission. The future will be better for our children - and our children's children - if we use space to benefit life on Earth and enable millions of people to live and work in space.

Blue Origin's BE-4 engine has been selected by United Launch Alliance to power the Vulcan rocket.

New Shepard flew for the ninth time on July 18, 2018. During this mission, known as Mission 9 (M9), the escape motor was fired shortly after booster separation.

Blue Origin released these images of their new consumer spacecraft today.

Jeff Bezos: On our most recent flight, we performed a test to prove the Crew Capsule could safely land with only two of its three parachutes open.

Blue Origin successfully launched its reusable rocket New Shepard today deploying the crew capsule on its suborbital mission.

Blue Origin conducted another successful test flight today. The reusable New Shepard space vehicle ascends through clear skies to an apogee of 339,138 feet. Image: Blue Origin