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Watch Blue Origin Probably Destroy a Rocket Today in the Name of Safety

In these early days of commercial spaceflight, rockets die in spectacular accidents—but also, sometimes, on purpose. This morning, you can watch Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket go out in a fiery blaze of glory somewhere in the Texas desert, so that future space tourists don’t meet the same fate. Read more...
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