Jeff Bezos’ launch to space clears final regulatory hurdle
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Jeff Bezos’ launch to space clears final regulatory hurdle

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The Federal Aviation Administration approved Blue Origin’s license to launch its billionaire founder Jeff Bezos and three other passengers to the edge of space next Tuesday, clearing the last regulatory hurdle for this month’s second billionaire space entrepreneur flying into space.

“New Shepard is go for launch”

Blue Origin is gearing up to launch its first crew of humans on July 20th aboard its suborbital New Shepard rocket, which launches from a remote desert site in Van Horn, Texas. The license from the FAA to fly humans, approved Monday night, is valid until August and came after a meticulous review of New Shepard’s hardware and software.

“New Shepard is go for launch,” Blue Origin said in a statement on Monday just before the…

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