New Shepard (Spanish Wikipedia)

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  • 6. «Blue Origin Makes Historic Rocket Landing». 24 de noviembre de 2015. Archivado desde el original el 25 de noviembre de 2015. Consultado el 24 de noviembre de 2015. 
  • 23. Bezos, Jeff (27 de abril de 2015). «First Developmental Test Flight of New Shepard». Blue Origin. Archivado desde el original el 30 de abril de 2015. Consultado el 27 de abril de 2015. 
  • 42. «Launch Land Repeat». Archivado desde el original el 24 de enero de 2016. Consultado el 23 de enero de 2016. 
  • 45. «New Shepard In-flight Escape Test». Blue Origin. Consultado el 24 de marzo de 2020. 
  • 46. «Crew Capsule 2.0 First Flight». Blue Origin. Consultado el 24 de marzo de 2020. 
  • 48. «Apogee 351,000 Feet». Blue Origin. Consultado el 24 de marzo de 2020. 
  • 54. «New Shepard Mission NS-12 Updates». Blue Origin. Consultado el 10 de diciembre de 2019. 
  • 59. «Bid for the very first seat on New Shepard». blueorigin.com (en inglés). Consultado el 5 de mayo de 2021. 
  • 62. «Our Approach to Technology». Blue Origin. Blue Origin. Archivado desde el original el 10 de enero de 2018. Consultado el 1 de mayo de 2015. « The system consists of a pressurized capsule atop a booster. The combined vehicles launch vertically, accelerating for approximately two and a half minutes, before the engine cuts off. The capsule then separates from the booster to coast quietly into space. After a few minutes of free fall, the booster performs an autonomously controlled rocket-powered vertical landing, while the capsule lands softly under parachutes, both ready to be used again. Reusability allows us to fly the system again and again. ... The New Shepard capsule’s interior is ... 530 cubic feet—offering over 10 times the room Alan Shepard had on his Mercury flight. It seats six astronauts. Three independent parachutes [on the capsule] provide redundancy, while a retro-thrust system further cushions [the] landing. ... Full-envelope escape [system] is built around a solid rocket motor that provides 70,000 lb. of thrust in a two-second burn.». 

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  • 10. [1] Chris Bergin, NASASpaceflight.com, 28 de noviembre de 2018

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space.com

spacefellowship.com

  • 14. «Blue Origin Flight Test Update». SpaceFellowship.com. 2 de enero de 2007. «Our first objective is developing New Shepard, a vertical take-off, vertical-landing vehicle designed to take a small number of astronauts on a sub-orbital journey into space. On the morning of de noviembre de 13, 2006, we launched and landed Goddard – a first development vehicle in the New Shepard program.». 

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thespacereview.com

  • 5. Foust, Jeff (13 de abril de 2015). «Blue Origin’s suborbital plans are finally ready for flight». Consultado el 18 de abril de 2015. «We’ve recently completed acceptance testing, meaning we’ve accepted the engine for suborbital flight on our New Shepard vehicle, [the end of a] very, very long development program [of] 450 test firings of the engine and a cumulative run time of more than 500 minutes. The completion of those tests sets the stage for Blue Origin to begin test flights of the vehicle later this year at its facility in West Texas [where they] expect a series of flight tests with this vehicle ... flying in autonomous mode.... We expect a series of dozens of flights over the extent of the test program [taking] a couple of years to complete.». 

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web.archive.org

  • 6. «Blue Origin Makes Historic Rocket Landing». 24 de noviembre de 2015. Archivado desde el original el 25 de noviembre de 2015. Consultado el 24 de noviembre de 2015. 
  • 23. Bezos, Jeff (27 de abril de 2015). «First Developmental Test Flight of New Shepard». Blue Origin. Archivado desde el original el 30 de abril de 2015. Consultado el 27 de abril de 2015. 
  • 42. «Launch Land Repeat». Archivado desde el original el 24 de enero de 2016. Consultado el 23 de enero de 2016. 
  • 62. «Our Approach to Technology». Blue Origin. Blue Origin. Archivado desde el original el 10 de enero de 2018. Consultado el 1 de mayo de 2015. « The system consists of a pressurized capsule atop a booster. The combined vehicles launch vertically, accelerating for approximately two and a half minutes, before the engine cuts off. The capsule then separates from the booster to coast quietly into space. After a few minutes of free fall, the booster performs an autonomously controlled rocket-powered vertical landing, while the capsule lands softly under parachutes, both ready to be used again. Reusability allows us to fly the system again and again. ... The New Shepard capsule’s interior is ... 530 cubic feet—offering over 10 times the room Alan Shepard had on his Mercury flight. It seats six astronauts. Three independent parachutes [on the capsule] provide redundancy, while a retro-thrust system further cushions [the] landing. ... Full-envelope escape [system] is built around a solid rocket motor that provides 70,000 lb. of thrust in a two-second burn.». 

wsj.com

youtube.com

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