Author Topic: Time to Shine from Blue  (Read 811 times)

Offline Tywin

Time to Shine from Blue
« on: 01/08/2024 07:50 am »
I think it's time to start appreciating the amount of gray matter, working at Blue, the amount of incredible engineers and the amount of great technologies they have and are developing....

I think in the next 5 years, Blue, will start to demonstrate a lot of its hardware in flight, and show that it is a nascent space giant...

« Last Edit: 01/18/2024 05:29 pm by zubenelgenubi »
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Offline johnlandish

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Re: Time to Shine from Blue...
« Reply #1 on: 01/08/2024 11:04 am »
yes and i predict they will have a successful first New Glenn flight this year, proving along with Vulcan that you do not need to blow up a bunch of rockets before having a successful flight. there are different ways to successfully build and test rockets.

BE-4's worked amazingly on their first ever flight

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