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[justify]NASA - Blue Origin Join the test of a new sub-orbital rocket.

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Bài gửi by limited88 on Mon Oct 19, 2020 4:49 pm

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, in collaboration with Blue Origin, a commercial space technology company. In the flight test of a reusable missile


Testing of sub-orbital rockets that fly in a direct and non-orbital way. ทางเข้า joker But similar to jumping into space Which is a cooperation between these two parties Happened on Tuesday in the US By launching the machine into space before returning to the launch pad Which is located in the west of Texas


News reports state that The un-piloted test flight lasted approximately 12 minutes, with the rocket propelled approximately 100 kilometers outside the atmosphere before returning to Earth. This latest success is the result of a combination of new technologies. NASA's own line of Blue Origin, including a six-person pilot shuttlecock, is designed for future commercial use.


The rocket used in the test is a reusable rocket, called New Shepherd, which was named after the first US astronaut Alan Shepherd.


Blue Origin is a company owned by Jeff Bezos, the world's number one billionaire and Amazon CEO.

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