Blue Origin Launches Fifth Successful Rocket

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The private sector space race seems to be heating up. Jeff Bezos company blue origin launch the new Shepard NS - 11 Space Capsule last week for the fifth consecutive launch sequence. The shuttle which carried 38 payloads traveled or 62 miles straight up past the Karman line, thereby reaching space. Among the 32 payloads included packages of specific scientific equipment such as Medical Technology we should be used to treat collapsed lungs in zero gravity atmosphere, as well as experimental equipment to test temperature fluctuations in micro gravity which is designed by students from Alabama High School. This is a clear indication that blue origin tends to give SpaceX a run for its money in the privatization a space travel. The reasonable spacecraft launched at 6:32 a.m. Pacific time and contain an unoccupied crew capsule and rocket booster which separated after launch. Upon separation both parts of the rocket landed back of the company's launch facility in the desert of Western Texas. The goal of the origins new Shepard flights to provide commercial space travel for Taurus thereby opening up space travel to the people of the world. With all the movement within blue origin May seems to be shaping up to be a huge month for the company as blue origin posted a mysterious event in DC on May 9th and posted on Twitter a message with a specific date which can be seen here. Overall the company seems to be developing and progressing at a massive scale, which could change the Aerospace industry as a whole. The entire stream can be seen above.

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