First Vulcan Flight Engine Arrives For Acceptance Test

The first BE-4 flight engine shipped out from Blue Origin's Kent, Washington, facility on July 30.
Credit: ULA/Blue Origin
CAPE CANAVERAL—The first of two Blue Origin BE-4 engines earmarked for the debut flight of United Launch Alliance’s (ULA) Vulcan rocket arrived at the manufacturer’s West Texas facility on July 31 for acceptance testing. The move from Blue Origin’s Kent, Washington, factory to West Texas marks a key...

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