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Aug 09, 2018
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin among six NASA picks for 'tipping point' space technologiesNASA said it will invest approximately $44 million for developing these technologies.
Aug 05, 2018
Blue Origin rocket programme adds hundreds of engineers as space race acceleratesBlue Origin continues to ramp up in an expansion that one employee described as “hyperbolic”.
Jul 19, 2018
Blue Origin launches booster and crew capsule, successfully lands both back againThe Jeff Bezos’ company aims to start testing with a human crew as early as the end of 2018.
Jul 15, 2018
First space tourist flights from Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin could begin in 2019SpaceX and Boeing are developing their own capsules to transport astronauts, most likely in 2020s.
Jun 27, 2018
Space tourists may be prone to sickness while on a spaceship: NASA astronautNASA astronaut Anna Fisher warns the tourists about the rigours of spaceflight and the toll it will take on their bodies.
Jun 26, 2018
Jeff Bezos-owned Blue Origin to sell commercial flight tickets from 2019Both SpaceX and Blue Origin are in the race to develop reusable rockets.
Apr 30, 2018
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin launches its first space mission of 2018The mission market the company's first test flight of the year and second flight of the New Shepard 2.0 spacecraft.
Dec 18, 2017
Blue Origin announces successful test flight of New Shepard rocket and Crew Capsule 2.0This was the first test flight of the Crew Capsule 2.0, and the flight was dubbed M7 for "Mission 7".
Oct 20, 2017
Blue Origin conducts first ever hot-fire test with Blue Engine 4; plans to use it on the New Glenn heavy-lift rocketBlue Origin, founded by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was initially focused on making a small, suborbital rockets called New Shepard.
Sep 29, 2017
SpaceX cuts cost of manufacturing to focus on a slimmer and shorter rocket shipMusk had previously planned to use a suite of space vehicles to support the colonisation of Mars, beginning with an unmanned capsule called Red Dragon in 2018, but he said SpaceX is now focused on a single, slimmer and shorter rocket instead.