Bezos’ New Shepard takes off and escorts itself once more to the landing pad (video)

Bezos' New Shepard takes off and escorts itself back to the landing pad (video)

Since being awarded $22 million from NASA to develop a enterprise space automotive, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin has been comparatively quiet. There’s been a number of examine flights, one amongst which didn’t end so correctly for the water tank-shaped ship, nevertheless we have not really gotten to see the New Shepard (a nod to Alan Shepard) in movement. Properly buddies, take a gander after the break to see the reusable, suborbital launch automotive climb a quick distance into the air then gracefully settle once more down with the assistance its landing thrusters. This particular craft is meant to launch a separate passenger capsule on temporary suborbital flights, nevertheless Blue Origin may also be engaged on an orbital automotive. Nevertheless, please, don’t waste any additional time — go watch the take off and landing beneath.

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