Blue Origin's BE-4: Engine Of The Future

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Blue Origin has had plenty of setbacks in the last few years. Especially when comparing the company to the likes of SpaceX. But despite all of this, Blue Origin still has a promising engine in the BE-4. Find out the details on this episode of Super Freaky Science!

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8 comments
  1. Blue origin to Ula, oh i see you are not a prime member, estimated arrival date 10 years.

  2. Wow. Almost every fact wrong.
    BE-4 is vastly inferior IF it worked and it still doesn't. Its 2 years late.
    Raptor works today and more than 70 iterations have been produced.
    Full fuel flow of Raptor gives More performance, not less.
    Has a Higher thrust to weight, not less
    Has Higher ISP than BE-4

    The BE-4 is simply bigger. That's it
    Its also $14m per pair (2 needed for Vulcan to launch) – yields 2.4MN ea
    Raptor cost (internally) <$2m for 2 – yields 1.8MN ea

    This analysis is complete garbage. I tried to count the errors and counter but its too many to take this seriously. Shockingly bad reporting. Maybe that's the draw.

  3. Elon Musk never went to space (unlike Jeff Bezos). He obviously doesn't trust his rockets

  4. BO is not far behind? 🤣🤣🤣🤣 besos went to space???? 🤣🤣🤣🤣 rocket engine???? They still don't have the engines 🤣🤣🤣🤣 you are funny 🤣

  5. Its no match for raptor, double the size but only slightly more power. Be4 also has many problems and is very late.

  6. According to what we saw until now, the BE4 will go to Space when Elon becomes the mayor of the first Martian town

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