Blue Origin, the space organization established and financed by Amazon head Jeff Bezos, is intending to make its thirteenth excursion to space, utilizing a New Shepard rocket that will be flying for the seventh time, establishing a precedent for rocket reusing.
The mission was initially set for Thursday, at that point delayed to Friday because of an expected issue with the inner force flexibly. On Friday morning, the startup reported that the dispatch will be additionally postponed, without declaring another deadline.
Mission NS-13 will convey twelve payloads to the edge of room and back, including an exhibition of a lunar landing sensor that will test innovations for future moon missions as a component of NASA’s Artemis program.
The sensor will be the principal payload to ride mounted to the outside of New Shepard instead of inside its container.