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Why Jeff Bezos may crash his historic rocket

The rocket was the first to reach the edge of space and then land vertically. It has apparently mastered the art of reusability and has flown four times already. But instead of retiring the New Shepard rocket, and preserving it in a museum, Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin may very well let it crash and burn. […]
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