H.E. Justin Sun, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Grenada to the WTO & Founder of TRON, revealed that he placed the winning bid for the first seat on Blue Origin’s Inaugural New Shepard rocket. The full bid amount of $28 million went to Blue Origin’s foundation Club for the Future, which in turn benefited 19 space-based […]
The NS-19 mission marks the sixth flight of the year for the New Shepard program. The astronaut manifest included, Laura Shepard Churchley, Michael Strahan, Evan Dick, Dylan Taylor, Cameron Bess, and Lane Bess.
Space Channel Spotlight presents an exclusive interview with Laura Shepard Churchley, the eldest daughter of pioneering US astronaut Alan Shepard took a joyride to the edge of space aboard Blue Origin Mission 19, 60 years after her late father’s famed suborbital NASA flight at the dawn of the Space Age. Laura Shepard Churchley, 74, who […]
Humanity is getting three more space stations this decade, and on Thursday, NASA signed just as many mammoth deals with the companies that will build them.
On Nov. 23 Blue Origin shared pictures of ‘pathfinder,’ a mockup of its New Glenn rocket as it was delivered to Cape Canaveral.
Blue Origin announced today that Michael Strahan, co-anchor of Good Morning America, and Laura Shepard, daughter of Alan Shepard, the first American to make it to space and fifth man to land on the Moon, will fly on the NS-19 rocket on December 9 with Voyager Space Chairman and CEO Dylan Taylor, investor Evan Dick, Bess Ventures founder Lane Bess, and his child Cameron Bess. Lane and Cameron will be the first parent and child to fly into space together.
The sweetened offer came as Bezos’ company fought NASA’s decision to solely award SpaceX with a $2.9 billion contract under the agency’s Human Landing System (HLS) program.
Blue Origin teaches space tourists who land in the desert what to do if their rocket lands next to a cactus
Chris Boshuizen told Insider that ground crew wearing steel-toed boots will help solve the issue.
‘TAKE EVERY BIT IN’ Glen de Vries death: CEO said time ‘feels more precious’ in chilling Blue Origins interview before fatal plane crash
De Vries spoke about his space experience in an interview with Carnegie Mellon University a week after his Blue Origin mission.
According to reports from Patch and the New Jersey Herald, de Vries, 49, and Thomas P. Fischer, 54, died when their single-engine Cessna 172 crashed Thursday in New Jersey. State police identified them on Friday.