Ready to fly outside Earth? Jeff Bezos' space company, Blue Origin, has released images of its new space tourism vehicle, New Shepard.
Blue Origin will land its rocket on drone ships with its New Glenn rocket set to launch in 2021.
After successfully completing its in-flight escape system test a few weeks ago, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin is still on schedule to send tourists into orbit by 2018.
Blue Origin has successfully tested the in-flight escape system of its manned spacecraft, New Shepard.
Blue Origin’s Jeff Bezos showed off first images of the New Glenn rocket design during its wind tunnel tests.
Jeff Bezos has ambitious plans for Blue Origin, which includes launching a super-rocket and colonizing the solar system.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin has revealed the design of its new heavy-lift reusable rocket, which would rival SpaceX’s Falcon 9 for commercial satellite launches.
Jeff Bezos commercial space flight company came out of the dark last June 19 when their fourth reusable rocket launch was streamed live. This also marked Blue Origin's race to space against Elon Musk's SpaceX that also develops reusable space rocket technology.
Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos live streamed the fourth rocket test flight of his commercial space service company, Blue Origins. The New Shepard space rocket survived its fourth test flight. The goal of Blue Origin is to send tourists to space so they can marvel at the view of the Earth.
The Amazon founder, Jeff Bezos launched his commercial space company called Blue Origins.