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    New Shepard In-flight Escape Test

    On October 5, 2016, New Shepard performed an in-flight test of the capsule’s full-envelope escape system, designed to...
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    Upcoming In-flight Escape Test

    Our next flight is going to be dramatic, no matter how it ends.Like Mercury, Apollo, and Soyuz, New Shepard has an...
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    Pushing the Envelope

    New Shepard flew again on April 2, 2016 reaching an apogee of 339,178 feet or 103 kilometers. It was the third flight...
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    Launch. Land. Repeat.

    The very same New Shepard booster that flew above the Karman line and then landed vertically at its launch...

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Your Flight To Space & Back

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Enter the capsule and buckle up for your flight.

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Liftoff!

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Weightlessness begins as the capsule separates from the booster.

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Free float in the capsule for several minutes in zero-g, passing the Kármán Line and ascending above 100 kilometers.

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Buckle back up for the capsules free-float descent back to Earth under parachutes.

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Booster lands on the pad in West Texas.

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Capsule touches down gently as a retro-thrust system creates a pillow of air for a soft landing.

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The hatch opens as your guests and CrewMember 7 guides greet you for celebration.