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Offline Robert_the_Doll

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Re: New Glenn Launch Manifest
« Reply #100 on: 12/14/2023 08:15 pm »
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Re: New Glenn Launch Manifest
« Reply #101 on: 12/14/2023 09:36 pm »
The interview is back up:
https://twitter.com/lexfridman/status/1735360877312778404
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Here's my conversation with @jeffbezos
, founder of Amazon and Blue Origin. This is his first time doing a long-form conversation of this kind, and it was an epic one.

It's here on X in full & is up on YouTube, Spotify, and everywhere else.

Timestamps:
0:00 - Introduction
0:24 - Texas ranch and childhood
4:02 - Space exploration and rocket engineering
16:36 - Physics
26:10 - New Glenn rocket
1:08:59 - Lunar program
1:18:55 - Amazon
1:36:16 - Principles
1:54:56 - Productivity
2:05:34 - Future of humanity

Offline Tywin

Re: New Glenn Launch Manifest
« Reply #102 on: 01/08/2024 12:54 pm »
https://twitter.com/Dr_ThomasZ/status/1744262399949988212


I know he no longer works at NASA; but he was one of the most important people in NASA's probes; and I think this recent success, may help to start growing the future manisfest of New Glenn contracts with NASA in the future....

When the New Glenn manages to launch two-three times successfully, it seems to me that NASA may be very interested to start launching important space missions with them in the future...


Which future NASA mission to be launched in the next 5-10 years, do you think can be contracted with the New Glenn?
« Last Edit: 01/08/2024 12:55 pm by Tywin »
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Offline AndrewM

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Re: New Glenn Launch Manifest
« Reply #103 on: 03/01/2024 01:54 am »
Which future NASA mission to be launched in the next 5-10 years, do you think can be contracted with the New Glenn?

As far as I'm aware there are a few Explorer's program missions that don't have a LV assigned but these are small satellites that are usually rideshares or small sat launchers. JPSS-3 (2026) is another candidate that doesn't have a LV assigned. The next flagship mission would probably be Dragonfly but I'd think that'll be awarded soon and am not expecting New Glenn to win it. I could see them compete for DAVINCI though.

Offline Tywin

Re: New Glenn Launch Manifest
« Reply #104 on: 03/01/2024 10:21 am »
Which future NASA mission to be launched in the next 5-10 years, do you think can be contracted with the New Glenn?
As far as I'm aware there are a few Explorer's program missions that don't have a LV assigned but these are small satellites that are usually rideshares or small sat launchers. JPSS-3 (2026) is another candidate that doesn't have a LV assigned. The next flagship mission would probably be Dragonfly but I'd think that'll be awarded soon and am not expecting New Glenn to win it. I could see them compete for DAVINCI though.
Yeahh DA Vinci, and Veritas they have a big opportunity...

Maybe for the future Uranus Orbiter too...

Other thing, Blue already have a agreement to launch Eutelsat satellites, and Oneweb belong to they now...

Maybe some Oneweb satellites can be launched in New Glenn...

[zubenelgenubi: I combined three immediately successive posts by Tywin into one.]
« Last Edit: 03/02/2024 07:34 pm by zubenelgenubi »
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