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Regardless of who wins reusable launch market, we all win in the end.
Blue Origin, the private space firm owned by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, has just dropped a huge gauntlet in the race to develop a reusable rocket.
After Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin had a successful launch Monday, Musk, the CEO of Tesla (TSLA) and SpaceX, was quick to say congrats on Twitter.
The two companies agreed to expand production capability of Origin's BE-4 rocket motor, "an important step toward building (them) at the production rate needed for the Vulcan launch vehicle," said Bezos.
James Corbett (Corbett Report) talks about Paris, Syria, Russia, Turkey, and America's interventionist foreign policy - Michael Belfiore (Author, Writer) provides and update on the private space race (Blue Origin reaching space in a reusable rocket
Yesterday at Blue Origin's West Texas proving grounds, the company's New Shepard spacecraft launched to an altitude of 329,839 feet, almost 2,000 feet past the international accepted boundary of space, and returned to Earth
The key to private space delivery may be terrible geopolitics.