Blue Origin will launch its third mission tomorrow


News! Blue Origin launches a new crewed mission! This is the third mission since Blue Origin began space tourism. The rocket is scheduled to take off around 9:45 a.m. EDT, tomorrow, December 11, 2021. The New Shepard spacecraft, which is also the Blue Origin spacecraft, will send 6 people into space. So far no one was able to send in the perfect solution, which is not strange.

The launch procedure as well as the launch itself will be broadcast live on:, but Bailey Universe will also broadcast on its website the entire launch procedure and the launch itself. Also, through this mission, Blue Origin can say that at last all the places have been occupied! Because all 6 passenger seats are occupied. Prior to this mission, Blue orign had two other missions in which only 4 seats were filled. 

The mission is called NS-19 and will transport the following people into space: 

- The famous Laura Shepard Churchley, who is the eldest daughter of NASA astronaut Alan Shepard, and is now 74 years old, is one of the oldest women in space; 

- Famous astronaut Alan Shepard, an astronaut who will go down in human history - was the first NASA astronaut to fly into space; 

- Another highly-regarded crew member is Dylan Taylor, who is president and CEO of space exploration company Voyager Space;

- Evan Dick is a famous pilot who volunteered to fly Starfighters Aerospace;

- Lane Bess, another founder, is this time the founder of a technology-based reserve venture fund, which she named Bess Ventures and Advisory;

- And Lane is not alone. And her son, Cameron Bess will go with her into space.

Blue Origin has announced that it is a regular low-orbit flight, exceeding the 100 km limit above Earth, which will take several minutes. Specifically, 100 km line. which they will overcome is also called Kármán (a spatial border in that region). 

We wish Blue Origin all the success of the mission and we wish the astronauts a pleasant and beautiful flight! 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 10 December 2021, at 11:59 am Los Angeles time

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