CAPE CANAVERAL — Scientists and engineers working on payloads slated to ride on Blue Origin’s New Shepard suborbital rocket are preparing to ship hardware, although they have not been told a launch date. “I don’t know when the flight will be. I only know that the flight hardware has to be ready in a few months,” says Rainer Kuhl, physical sciences program manager for German space agency DLR, a partner in a New Shepard project called Microgravity Experiment on Dust Environments in ...


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