The space company owned by the Amazon founder is successfully testing a reusable rocket


Blue Origin, a private space company owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has successfully launched a reusable rocket for the fifteenth time.

The company said Wednesday, “Blue Origin has successfully completed its 15th consecutive mission to space and back, and has conducted a series of simulations to train the movements of astronauts and their operations for future flights with agents on board.””This mission was a step taken before sending astronauts,” the statement said.

The test was taken from the Blue Origin site, Launch Site, in West Texas.

It is noteworthy that Blue Origin is one of several companies currently experimenting with reusable spacecraft. Such missiles and capsules can make space travel less expensive.

Bezos founded Blue Origin nearly 20 years ago. The company plans to use the “New Shepherd” rocket to transport private clients into space for a short period of time. No specific timetable has yet been announced.


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