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Suborbital Spaceflight

New Shepard

Named after Alan Shepard, the first American to go to space, New Shepard is our reusable suborbital rocket system designed to take astronauts and research payloads past the Kármán line – the internationally recognized boundary of space.

Astronauts

Unparalleled Views Of The Earth from Space

Experience the overview effect firsthand when you fly to space on board New Shepard. At the apex of your 11-minute flight, you will float above the thin limb of the atmosphere and gaze upon the Earth below.

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Payloads

Send Something To Space Today

By lowering the cost of access to space with operationally reusable launch vehicles - Blue is providing reliable, frequent and available access to space. Today you can send your suborbital research and technology to space on New Shepard, and soon we will fly humans on this vehicle. In development is New Glenn, our orbital vehicle that will take people and payloads to Earth orbits and beyond.

Orbital Spaceflight

New Glenn

Named after pioneering astronaut John Glenn, New Glenn is a single configuration heavy-lift launch vehicle capable of carrying people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit and beyond.

Orbital Payloads

Fly Your Payload to Orbit

Named after pioneering astronaut John Glenn, New Glenn is a single configuration heavy-lift launch vehicle capable of carrying people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit and beyond.

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