Blue Origin’s NS-20 is the release of the airport attractions: Updates

Update

It was the start day for Blue Origin’s NS-20 aircraft cruises

Blue Origin is planning to begin its new space tour, NS-20, from its Launch Site One in West Texas today. The missionary will begin at 9:30 am EDT (1330 GMT) and you can watch live on Space.com starting at 8:30 am EDT (1230 GMT).

Today’s trip will mark Blue Origin’s first flight of 2022 and the company’s fourth flight since the launch of the aircraft into the air in July 2021. The flight will mark the first flight of Blue Origin of 2022. that first Blue Origin took on the company’s founder Jeff Bezos, among others. Bezos may be up for release today as he led the people past the release process himself.

This mission will take six families. They are:

  • Gary Lai, The main developer of the New Shepard system is a reusable rocket-capsule assembly. He joined Blue Origin in 2004 and was one of its first 20 employees;
  • Sharon Hagle, the founder of SpaceKids Global, a non -profit organization founded in 2015 to encourage students, especially girls, to pursue their STEAM (science, technology, education, employment and mathematics) and find jobs in the air. SpaceKids is also a participant in “Postcards to Space,” a project run by the Blue Origin Club for the Future.
  • Marc Hagle, Sharon’s husband, is president and CEO of financial development company Tricor International.
  • Marty Allen, a past CEO and a current angel funder and teacher. He is the CEO of the California Closet Company, which provides custom home care ideas, with Party America, the real estate agent.
  • Jim Kitchen, is a faculty member of the Kenan-Flagler School of Business of the University of North Carolina, and is a professor of business.
  • George NieldPresident of Commercial Space Technologies, LLC, which seeks to increase commercial space operations, and former executive director for the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Commercial Space Transportation.

Gary Lai and George Nield will fly on this mission as guests for Blue Origin, and the other workers will be paying for the cars. Blue Origin did not disclose how much each of the passengers paid to fly in New Shepard, or what the cost of a single seat would be.

The NS-20 team spent the past two days training for today’s flight. Here are some pictures from the study.

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Photographs and training of Blue Origin NS-20 flight attendants

Blue Origin’s NS-20 team travels with their New Shepard rocket and capsule during preflight training. (Photo: Blue Origin)
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Photographs and training of Blue Origin NS-20 flight attendants

Blue Origin’s NS-20 visitors attend Launch Site One during preflight training. (Photo: Blue Origin)
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Photographs and training of Blue Origin NS-20 flight attendants

The Blue Origin’s NS-20 team will be at the launch pad as it prepares for their 31 March 2022 aircraft. (Photo: Blue Origin)
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Photographs and training of Blue Origin NS-20 flight attendants

George Nield listens to the Blue Origin NS-20 pilots during training with his colleagues. (Photo: Blue Origin)
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Photographs and training of Blue Origin NS-20 flight attendants

Four of the passengers of Blue Origin’s NS-20 listen during preparation for their announcement on March 31, 2022. Gary Lai (left) is joined after the missionary and He was the main developer of the New Shepard rocket. (Photo: Blue Origin)
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Photographs and training of Blue Origin NS-20 flight attendants

Gary Lai, the lead author of Blue Origin’s reusable New Shepard system, listens intently as he prepares to fly on the rocket he envisions. (Photo: Blue Origin)

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