We are of Blue Origin
And this is just the beginning

Our Vision

New Shepard Crew Capsule

Safe Escape in Any Phase of Flight

Apogee 351,000 Feet

Our Vision

Millions of People
Living and Working in Space

Blue Origin believes in a future where millions of people are living and working in space. Why? Because we believe that in order to preserve Earth, our home, for our grandchildren’s grandchildren, we must go to space to tap its unlimited resources and energy. If we can lower the cost of access to space with reusable launch vehicles, we can enable this dynamic future for humanity.

It’s a hopeful vision.

Blue Origin is committed to building a road to space so our children can build a future.

New Shepard

A suborbital, reusable launch vehicle that will soon send you to space. Learn more about the astronaut experience or flying a research payload.


New Glenn

An orbital, reusable launch vehicle capable of taking people and payloads to low Earth orbit and beyond. Explore New Glenn’s heavy lift capabilities.



High-performance, reusable liquid rocket engines are the technology at the core of our reusable launch vehicles. Learn more about our capabilities and offerings.


Operational Reusability

You wouldn’t throw away the car or airplane every time you take a trip, so why do it with rockets? The best way to lower the cost of access to space is by developing operationally reusable launch vehicles. Operational reusability means that we don’t tear apart the vehicle and build it up again. It means we make minor adjustments and go fly that same booster again. We have demonstrated this type of reuse with our New Shepard suborbital system and we are scaling those capabilities for New Glenn, our large orbital launch vehicle.

Launch. Land. Repeat.

See New Shepard Fly

Gradatim Ferociter

Our Latin motto that means step by step, ferociously. Slow is smooth and smooth is fast.

The Perfection of Flight

The Blue Origin feather is a symbol of the perfection of flight. It represents freedom, exploration, mobility and progress. For thousands of years, we humans have been looking up at the birds and wondering what it would be like to fly. Now, we look up to the stars and pursue a bright future for all of us.