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Motiv Space Systems has teamed up with Blue Origin in an effort to help the Department of Defense develop a robotic system to repair, update or modify deployed satellites. The team will offer the ModuLink system composed of interfaces, sensors and a pair of robotic arms to a prototyping initiative managed by the Defense Innovation […] More
Blue Origin and Sierra Space will jointly create a new space station that will operate in low Earth orbit to foster development and human space exploration. The Orbital Reef station is envisioned to support research, industrial, international and commercial pursuits to expand the scope of markets applicable to space, Blue Origin said Monday. The future […] More
Blue Origin’s New Shepard reusable rocket launched Thursday with a set of payloads for a NASA-managed demonstration effort, marking the spacecraft’s 17th mission. New Shepard carried technology demonstration payloads for the space agency’s Flight Opportunities program and other commercial payloads then landed back on a pad in West Texas, Blue Origin said. The carried technologies […] More
Lauren Lyons, former executive at Blue Origin and SpaceX, was appointed as chief operating officer at Firefly Aerospace where she will be responsible for driving efforts in scaling production and operations to support company growth. The new COO will focus on moving Firefly toward a production environment from its research and development setting to ensure […] More

Blue Origin is working to convince the U.S. Air Force to continue to fund the development of the New Glenn rocket in order to get it certified to perform national security missions, SpaceNews reported Monday. “We're discussing with the Air Force the path forward for certification,“ said Megan Mitchell, director of government and legislative affairs at Blue Origin.

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