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Blue Origin-partners with NASA to Move Latest Technologies to Space Video

Private (local) spaceflight Company Blue Origin, helmed by Amazon creator Jeff Bezos, is partnering with NASA to help transport latest technologies to the edge of space. These payloads resolve fly on Blue Origin's latest Shepard rocket, a reusable vehicle designed to tour up to 62 miles above the Earth's surface.

The company is part of NASA's Flight Opportunities Program. It's an plan in which NASA helps find ways for rising space technologies — developed by companies, the government, or academic world — to undergo flight testing. That involves finding profitable vehicles that can express such technologies to space to see if they work as predictable. Blue Origin joins 5 other company part of the program that offer ways to move technologies to high altitudes, counting space tourism ventures Virgin Galactic and World View Enterprises. The company will compete with one another for opportunity to take up these payloads above Earth.
Blue Origin's latest Shepard is primarily designed to move paying customers to sub-orbital space, where they can knowledge a few minutes of weightlessness. After accomplishment its peak altitude, the rocket is intended to fall back to Earth and land standing on solid ground. So far, the company has productively launched and landed the same latest Shepard vehicle 3  times.
Blue Origin-partners with NASA to Move Latest Technologies to Space Video

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