Launch. Land. Repeat.

“Blue Origin just launched and landed its suborbital rocket New Shepard — the same vehicle the company flew and then landed in November. The booster reached a maximum altitude of 333,582 feet, or 63 miles, above the Earth’s surface, before landing gently back at Blue Origin’s test facility in Texas. That makes it the first commercial vertical rocket to launch into space a second time.

This is becoming routine. Finally.

Via Geekwire.

4 responses to “Launch. Land. Repeat.

  1. We were born too early Stanley (well in my case waaay too early).

  2. “We’ll be back for another turn is my conviction.” But I hate being a worm! It has never worked out well for me.