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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Featuring: At 313 ft (95m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket Where: United States When: 11 Oct 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Featuring: At 313 ft (95m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket Where: United States When: 11 Oct 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Where: United States When: 11 Oct 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Where: United States When: 11 Oct 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Where: United States When: 11 Oct 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Featuring: Blue Origin features a fully reusable first stage Where: United States When: 11 Oct 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Featuring: Blue Origin's BE-4 rocket engine being tested Where: United States When: 13 Feb 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Where: United States When: 19 Jan 2018 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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Amazon founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin New Glenn rocket has been backed by the US Air Force with a $500 million contract. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday (10 Oct) the award of three Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Service Agreements to Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems, and United Launch Alliance. The award to Blue Origin will be for development of the New Glenn Launch System. At 313 ft (95 m) tall, New Glenn is second only in stature to the Apollo Saturn V rocket. Blue Origin say New Glenn is "a major step toward achieving our vision of millions of people living and working in space. Featuring a fully reusable first stage, New Glenn will carry people and payloads routinely to Earth orbit." Through public-private partnership agreements, the goal of the U.S. acquisition strategy is to satisfy federal law by ensuring that the U.S. maintains assured access to space, with at least two domestic launch service providers and without reliance on non-allied rocket propulsion systems. "Our launch program is a great example of how we are fielding tomorrow's Air Force faster and smarter," said Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson. ??sWe're making the most of the authorities Congress gave us and we will no longer be reliant on the Russian-built RD-180 rocket engine." The Launch Service Agreements will facilitate the development of three domestic launch system prototypes and enable the future competitive selection of two National Security Space launch service providers for future procurements, planned for no earlier than fiscal year 2020. Where: United States When: 24 Apr 2015 Credit: Blue Origin/Cover Images **MANDATORY CREDIT: Blue Origin/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission**
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