July 26, 2021

Videos: Strap in aboard Blue Origin’s suborbital spaceship


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Step inside a prototype of Blue Origin’s crew capsule to get a glimpse of what space tourists will experience when the spaceship begins suborbital flights with passengers in 2018.

Blue Origin put the full-scale mock-up on display alongside the company’s five-times-flown New Shepard rocket at the 33rd Space Symposium this week in Colorado Springs.

The privately-funded capsule has six seats and features the biggest windows that will have ever flown in space.

Ariane Cornell, Blue Origin’s head of astronaut strategy and sales, gave reporters a look inside the spaceship and an overview of its functions Wednesday at the space convention.

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