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SFalor

The best video is the fisheye video. Next would be the On-board video pointed at the horizon.

Makes you think you are watching an old scifi movie from the fifties!

Wow - can't believe we are finally (almost) ready for commercial space flight. Will that be covered under my travel insurance? Will medical insurance providers cover this in 'accidental death' policies? :)

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Well, it's about time I see a ship of our near future space travel that is named after Goddard, the father of American rocketry, and not the war criminal vonbrun.

A+ effort in my book, Bezos. I wish your team won the X-prize.

GoodName

Well, it's about time I see a ship of our near future space travel that is named after Goddard, the father of American rocketry, and not the war criminal vonbrun.

A+ effort in my book, Bezos. I wish your team won the X-prize.

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This spaceship and it is amazing that a company like this spend its money in projects like this that help to scientist to find new things.

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Amazon.com is not a low weight company. They are has Master in their field. Amazon can do anything whatever possible.

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curiously, the Delta Clipper- Y based on available data (100Klb empty, 23klbpayload, 877klb fuel and 1,200,000 lb of thrust for nominally 290 sec) does not get sufficient delta-V to make it to orbit - the acheived delta-V is just over 6000 mph. Curiously similar to the VentureStar with a similar empty weight to fuel ratio.

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It’s great to know that Jeff Bezos is building a supersecret spacecraft in his remote Texas lair. We can’t get any reference of his company Blue Origin. I am willing to know that what his vehicle looked like or what his grand plan was.

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Its really a big news that he unveiled his very smart-looking spacecraft.

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It really makes you think that you are watching an old scifi movie from the fifties!

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I am sure that Mr. Jeff Bezos will be successful in building this spacecraft & give another amazon to the space world.

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he fact that he also demonstrated it with a successful test flight is startling and absolutely historic, given that nobody else in the current crop of private-sector.

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It remains unclear when Virgin Galactic customers will receive their astronaut wings, but it will largely depend on how the test program fares. Some 300 clients have paid the $200,000 ticket or placed a deposit, according to the company.

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This spaceship and it is amazing that a company like this spend its money in projects like this that help to scientist to find new things.

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The best video regarding this, is the fisheye video. Next would be the On-board video pointed at the horizon.

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The MPCV will launch aboard a new heavy-lift rocket that NASA is also developing. I figured I would never have a chance to go into space again!!

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I can't believe how much of this I just wasn't aware of. I heard that someone is building a supersecret spacecraft in his remote Texas lair.

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