LOS ANGELES -- Sixty days after Blue Origin achieved its first milestone vertical landing with the New Shepard sub-orbital launch vehicle, the company has repeated the feat with the same rocket. The flight, which occurred on Jan 22 at Blue Origin’s test range near Van Horn, Texas, saw the capsule which will be used to take passengers to sub-orbit, separate before the New Shepard reached an apogee of 333,582 ft. This is just over 3,700 ft. higher than the last test on Nov 23, when the ...

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