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Blue Origin New Shepard self-landing rocket launch with 38 research payloads (5/2/2019)



Launch site: Blue Origin West Texas Suborbital Launch Site
Destination: Suborbital flight and self-landing
This was the 11th New Shepard mission. It carried 38 microgravity research payloads to space.

New Shepard specs
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New Shepard is the world’s first rocket to land propulsively after having been to space (past the Karman Line). They beat SpaceX’s Falcon 9 by 1 month, back in 2015.
Height: 18 m (59 ft)
Diameter: 7 m (23.9 ft)
Type: Suborbital (straight up, straight down)
Max altitude: 389,846 feet (73.8 mi; 119 km)
Stages: 1
Engines: 1x Blue Origin BE-3
Thrust: 490 kN (110,000 lbf)
Burn time: 110 seconds
Fuel: LH2 / LOX (liquid hydrogen / liquid oxygen)

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24 Comments

  1. Eu amo tecnologia…vamos que vamo mais um passo para a humanidade….parabéns astronauta de todo o planeta…..vocês são os melhores

  2. Oyes youtube los primero 5 segundos de despegue el sonido que produce dice la atmosfera me ahoga

  3. As big of a Space X fan that I am and even though they have different goals utilizing different rockets , I have to say that this rocket flys much much smoother and APPEARS to be faster on take off