Blue Origin will receive the 2016 Robert J. Collier Trophy from the National Aeronautic Association “for successfully demonstrating rocket booster reusability with the New Shepard human spaceflight vehicle through five successful test flights of a single booster and engine, all of which performed powered vertical landings on Earth,” according to an NAA announcement. “Developing the first new large liquid hydrogen rocket engine in almost 20 years and demonstrating repeatable ...

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