Blue Origin's New Shepard Makes 10th Test Flight

HOUSTON—Blue Origin's reusable New Shepard rocket soared to a suborbital altitude of just over 350,000 ft. (66.4 mi.) from Van Horn, Texas, on Jan. 23 carrying a number of NASA-sponsored experiments to advance future human deep-space exploration as well as the company’s own commercial passenger...

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