We have some interesting launches due this week. Not only will Blue Origin send more tourists to the edge of space, but South Korea will send its first lunar mission to the Moon with SpaceX's help.
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In the upcoming week, SpaceX, ULA, and Blue Origin are expected to launch missions. The latter will get its first repeat customer, Evan Dick, taking a go on the New Shepard launch vehicle again.
This week should be interesting as there are two private-sector manned missions. The first is another Blue Origins New Shepard mission while the second will see Axiom Space astronauts go to the ISS.
The next week in space launches certainly looks interesting with a manned mission from Roscosmos carrying tourists to the ISS and a manned mission from Blue Origin carrying Alan Shepard's daughter.
William Shatner is about to embark on a short mission to space today. The event will be live-streamed from 12:30 p.m. UTC for those who want to watch. Read on for details on how to watch the launch.
Next week is set to be very quiet in terms of rocket launches but as long as everything goes to plan, we could see Firefly Aerospace perform the maiden flight of the Alpha rocket carrying 26 CubeSats.
In the next week, Blue Origin is planning to launch the first New Shepard mission since the company's founder, Jeff Bezos, took a ride to space aboard one of these re-usable rockets.
Jeff Bezos thanked the hardworking Amazon employees as well as customers for funding his 11-minute trip to space. Yesterday Bezos became the second billionaire to fly to space after Richard Branson.
Jeff Bezos will fly into space today aboard New Shepard, built by his company Blue Origin. He will be accompanied by his brother and two others, and you can watch the space flight via livestream.
Jeff Bezos is set to fly to the edge of space with his brother on July 20. The pair will be flying on the first New Shepard crewed mission following a series of test flights of the craft.