Free fall from space over Texas | Blue Origin

Free fall from space over Texas | Blue Origin

The coronavirus pandemic cannot hold back the development of the space company of Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founding Amazon: an astonishing test was carried out over the Texas desert yesterday.

On April 15 at 12:49 local time, the company conducted yet another test with its rocket called New Shepard, testing its reusable capsule system. The missile was designed to carry humans to the edge of space and back. The company envisions space travel in a more environmentally friendly and economical way, without producing space debris. Wednesday’s practice run already included the training of the crew, but there were no people in the capsule yet.

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