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(Ars Technica)   Blue Origin's next mission to be crewed, SpaceX gets FAA permission to build a 479 foot (0.45 Eiffel towers) high launch tower, Norway has a spaceport, SpaceX raises $1.16 billion, and Betty White is sending pledge enforcement vans 🚀   (arstechnica.com) divider line
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2021-04-16 8:17:47 PM  
But how big is it in Rhode Islands?
 
2021-04-16 8:56:58 PM  
On Wednesday morning, in West Texas, Blue Origin flew its New Shepard-15 mission on a suborbital flight to test its vehicle for passengers

I heard they did not find any.  Maybe next time.
 
2021-04-17 1:30:14 AM  
And Leon is getting laaarger.

/got nothing
 
2021-04-17 7:46:13 AM  

AliceBToklasLives: But how big is it in Rhode Islands?


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2021-04-17 11:35:08 AM  

Marcus Aurelius: On Wednesday morning, in West Texas, Blue Origin flew its New Shepard-15 mission on a suborbital flight to test its vehicle for passengers

I heard they did not find any.  Maybe next time.


Truth be known, they should have done it a long time ago. They have turtles on their corporate logo, but I am starting to think it should be chickens. Jeff, get on and have them launch you.
 
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