Blue Origin didn't apply for NASA human-launch contracts, so what's next?
People from Blue Origin, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos ' enigmatic space launch company, aren't sharing their plans for the company, now that three of its competitors are finalists for a contract to restore human space launch capability to NASA.
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#1 Aug 15, 2012
Don't bother. The author is incognizant. Does not know the difference between Bionic and Biconic, and apparently does not care.
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