Blue Origins’ New Shepard Touches Space For 11th Time

Credit: Blue Origin
Blue Origins’ reusable New Shepard rocket soared to a suborbital altitude of just over 346,000 ft., or 66 mi., from Van Horn, Texas, May 2 carrying a cargo of flight experiments. The experiments included nine NASA Flight Opportunities Program payloads intended to advance future human deep space...

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