Blue Origin plans to begin flying its New Glenn orbital launch vehicle in 2020, with an emphasis on reusability that aims to establish a “new equilibrium” in the commercial satellite industry. Jeff Bezos, the Amazon founder and CEO who is using his wealth to bankroll a private spaceflight infrastructure, says the “dramatically lower launch costs” that will be enabled by his 100-mission BE-4 engine and innovative “operational” reusability with New Glenn is ...

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