Lori Garver Visits Blue Origin

NASA Deputy Administrator Garver Tours Blue Origin - Announces Commercial Space Firm's April Engine Testing At NASA Stennis

"Garver also announced Blue Origin has delivered its BE-3 engine thrust chamber assembly -- the engine's combustion chamber and nozzle -- to NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, where testing will begin in April 2012. The company is developing a reusable launch vehicle, designed to take off and land vertically, and an escape system for its crewed spacecraft. Testing will take place on the center's E-1 Test Stand."

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