Wednesday's flight will be the ninth by a New Shepard rocket, and the third using Blue Origin's most recent model of the single-stage vehicle, which debuted in December and made its second launch and landing in April.
Assuming success Wednesday, the aerospace company founded by Jeff Bezos appears to be getting closer to flying humans into space on New Shepard.
These latest tests were also created to push the booster to its limit, which led to Blue Origin noting the potential they could lose the booster, not least during the focused testing on the escape system, centered around a solid motor firing for two seconds to fly the capsule free of a failing booster.
While this flight was primarily meant to demonstrate the vehicle's escape system, the crew capsule carried eight research and technology demonstration payloads, similar to what the vehicle has done on previous suborbital test flights. Company officials say "test passengers" could go into space late this year, with paying customers taking flights in 2019. Once the booster separated, the capsule's escape motor fired, lifting the spacecraft to an altitude of 389,846 feet.
Blue Origin didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. It should start at 8 a.m. PT.
It's also not yet known how much Blue Origin plans to charge for rides in a New Shepard capsule.
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In a brief statement announcing Wednesday's flight, Blue Origin offered no further details on the objectives or the technical parameters for the planned high-altitude escape motor test. "Mannequin had a smooth, smooth landing". "It's coming", she said.
"We haven't started selling tickets yet for the trip to space", said Ariane Cornell, Blue Origin's launch commentator. After that, both the capsule and the rocket safely returned to Earth. "Great engineering and the lucky boots worked again".
Blue Origin has completed a sprawling rocket factory near the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to build New Glenn rockets and is developing a launch pad at the nearby Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.
Blue Origin is expected to conduct several more uncrewed tests in the months ahead, leading up to the first flight with Blue Origin's test astronauts.
Eventually, up to six passengers at a time could get on board the New Shepard spaceship, which flies under autonomous control. "We have not set ticket pricing and have had no serious discussions inside of Blue on the topic", said the statement.