Replay – New Shepard Mission NS-14 Webcast

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Blue Origin successfully completed its 14th mission to space and back for the New Shepard program on Thursday, January 14, 2021.

Mission NS-14 featured a crew capsule outfitted with astronaut experience upgrades for upcoming flights with passengers onboard.

This flight continued to prove the robustness and stability of the New Shepard system and the BE-3PM liquid hydrogen/liquid oxygen engine. Also onboard today were more than 50,000 postcards from Blue Origin’s nonprofit Club for the Future.

All mission crew supporting this launch exercised strict social distancing and safety measures to mitigate COVID-19 risks to personnel, customers, and surrounding communities. Learn more about this mission on BlueOrigin.com: http://bit.ly/35EJ76D

Comments:
  1. Tomáš Mišura

    3 year later: Blue-Origin made his NS-235 successful testing mission

  2. Sirko

    congratulations blue origin ! <3

  3. Alvaro Lazcano

    Wow! That was impressive, good job 👍

  4. OhThatEdit

    A drone shot would be nice, BUT GOOD JOB! More
    competition is going to get us into the future.

  5. Abdul razzaq

    All the Disliker are space x lover and I am one of them 😁

  6. Sukacita Yeremia

    You better keep hiring that Drone Guy. He’s great! Amazing shots all around!

  7. Lion of Truth

    So does space X have 100 ads on their livestreams????? No. No they don’t. lol.

  8. Keiran McManus

    Just can’t get excited about this. So many more impressive things going on in aerospace. You need to move on.

  9. Ephraim Raj

    “center of the pad”

  10. Цзин Кэ

    51:56 – 52:03 Looks like CGI, lmao

  11. James Barrett

    Great camera work! That almost looked like CG. ✌️🇺🇸

  12. who's bored

    he is being too lowkey about this, so lowkey that it scares me

  13. DonJuan

    If it had been a smaller, lesser known company I could forgive the ads. BUT AMAZON?!?! REALLY?

  14. VizzZ

    That Drone shot was so SICK!!!… we need that on SpaceX.

  15. Ariadi Saputra

    Same mission, same test in almost of the decade just for “Sub Orbital test” again and again!, can’t wait to see next same mission again & again, next year (im not impressed to Blue origin anymore)

  16. SLEEPING Boi

    Why not using metric system I got headache rn

  17. Commissar Holt

    6 years for a: Suborbital, uncrewed and overpriced rocket. At least SLS has the excuse of an incompetent congress. What’s BO’s excuse?

  18. Sarge714

    As wobbly as that landing coming down, I don’t trust this at all, I’ll pass. But I will watch it from the ground. Hope they do better.

  19. Jason Peppin

    No camera on that thing? I was taking pictures from Estes Rockets 30 years ago…

  20. T-Virus Terrance

    Hello, Humans.
    “A chain is no stronger than its weakest link, and life is after all a chain.”-William James

    TERRANCE OUT

  21. XYZero

    Retro rockets did not fire. Capsule hit HARD!

  22. Rebel Lucy

    Geeeez, the video just after takeoff looks like CGI (fake).

  23. Tikiman1998

    Blue Origin has been a grift on the taxpayers just like SLS.

  24. Biniam Gaming

    15 ads. I close and open your videos till there are no ads.

  25. mrdrea

    Congrats. Looks like it would be fun. But, seriously, why mix metric and non-metric units? Can’t you just use metric for everything to be consistent?

  26. pat Bese

    Their goal is to get millions of people living in space how about get one person in space? PS that cast sure did seem like a Lobby cast. Lame. I want my tax dollars back

  27. Jared Poncho

    Here’s something to learn if you’d like

  28. Vlad B

    I was expecting some interior shots of the flight, disappointed. SpaceX launches are much more interesting to watch

  29. wildfood

    If Ebenezer Scrooge launched a rocket “into space”, this is what it would look like…

  30. Flyte Industries

    I’ve got BO big time !!
    BO is where all the spacex dropouts go.
    Easy job when all you have to do is the same thing over and over again.
    I looking forward to when their big rocket goes up, sometime in late 2048.

  31. Neuro

    I consider my patronage with Amazon to be my vote of approval for space exploration!

  32. Volodymyr Shcherbatenko

    Feets, miles, wat?
    Aren’t you engineering company, not a farm?

  33. Jason B.

    Flight 14. How many before passengers? Never? Same with New Glenn?

  34. x b

    Is it just me or does anyone else have a feeling that the announcer is selling us a time share ?

  35. Dean Yeh

    They are monetizing the live stream?! Crazy….. SpaceX doesn’t monetize their replay with so much commercials

  36. Iron Man

    So exactly how long was it “in space”

  37. Deep Fried Deals

    They have some catching up to do.

  38. FridayGood

    Kinda disrespectful they call it a “she”.

  39. Mikaël Le Martelot

    Come on Blue Origin display the speed and the altitud in kilometers too !

  40. INSOMNIAC

    That lady’s voice is irritating! Got to use someone else.
    Rocket was kinda cool.

  41. Ben Keenan

    Ad’s and poor camera footage aside, the booster landing was very unimpressive – the burn was excessive, and tipped on a big angle and didn’t even land in the middle of the pad. And the capsule touch down had a caption – safe landing – but it looked like it hit pretty hard to me. Also the commentary just sounds like they’re desperately trying to sell this. I am a SpaceX fanboy, but this was very disappointing given the time and money invested in this, i expected more.

  42. Dot

    I think the spaceship is a he, cause you know…

  43. tonyHern865

    when you get stuck on the first mission in Kerbal Space Program…

  44. -OK Internet-

    That crew capsule crashed.

  45. j

    Their Public interest game sucks……easy fix, more dam cameras. so incredibly amateurish .

  46. codje41

    soft landing of the capsule ? huh it went straight from 18mph to 0mph xD

  47. Martin Visser

    Commentator: “nice little maneuver to get back to the center of the pad”
    Booster: almost misses the pad

  48. dDoOyYoOuUtTuUbBeE

    Obsolete company : miles and feet.

  49. Dmitry

    It’s about time to learn about extraterrestrial space technologies. This device is so primitive and stupid!

  50. Dmitry

    Do you really need to show ads to finance this space program???

  51. Angi Harrover

    Over budget and far behind others
    Looks like a giant toy

  52. Scott Rankin

    An advertisement right at engine ignition?!?

    Way to screw up a dramatic event!

  53. QBOX 83

    Things already seen so what’s new?

  54. LunAnuLA

    I was hoping to see, for the first time, how the competition to Musk’s SpaceX is doing with their launch, and was disappointed! Ads at crucial moments and an annoying couple of presenters where the woman talks and the man nods his head. You guys may have the tech but you haven’t got anything else.

  55. jinny

    is it me or does blue origin look pretty phallic ?

  56. Jason Prezant

    Did the retrothrusters actually fire on the capsule landing? It doesn’t look like it, and that dust cloud makes me thing that it hit pretty hard.

  57. Miguel Lyon

    I think I should watch Super Heavy launch AGAIN!

  58. Arturas P

    14th mission for this suborbital rocket? I feel like New Glen will be outdated by the time it they start testing it.

  59. robsvids

    Commentary stinks. Too many ads. Not enough progression. C’mon Jeff. This is now Blow Origin.

  60. Thomas Schroeder

    Thumbs down for ignoring/not giving metrical data at all.
    Otherwise a great success of a nice rocket.
    Greetings from Munich, Tom.

  61. Patrick Chase

    New Shepherd’s landing burn seems a lot less efficient than Falcon 9’s. In particular it seems to bring itself to a near stop well above the landing pad, then let down slowly, which means that it’s spending fuel fighting gravity in a near-hover.

    In contrast F9 waits until the very last possible second to fire its engine[s], such that it’s decelerating right up until the instant of touchdown. This maximizes the amount of fuel/thrust that goes towards deceleration, and avoids the overhead of hovering.

    F9’s landings are also a lot more accurate. If they were as far off-target as NS was here they’d miss the barge.

  62. Piotr Dudała

    I’m not a fan of SpaceX, but they have better graphics package, awesome voiceover guy and…. excuse me, but isn’t Blue Origin turning 20 this year? Where, except renders, is New Glenn?

  63. Richard South

    An hour of pure cringe. Even the students seem like they’re being forced to read a script against their will. Has anyone checked their blinking for morse code?

  64. Wim van Diermen

    That was fun reading all these comments 😂

  65. Info Energo

    МЕГА круто. Кто играл в “посадку на луну”, понимает. It’s fine!

  66. Jwalin Rami

    Who else think that female commentator is pretty annoying

  67. Chuck Learn

    To bad they don’t have a live camera in the capsule.

  68. vectrexer

    Fins have “full clearance” How can a director of sales not know that pad fin moment is about full range of motion? Chronic poor presentation skills in this video, and others.

  69. Jim Patrick

    Jeff who?

  70. Bence László Tarr

    Can anyone tell the final recap in metric units for the rest of the world, please. :(

  71. FitschLP

    Just Go to spacex and you’ll see some more interesting and smoother footage 😂😂🎩

  72. TikiShootah

    *facepalm.

    the hell do they think that divider is going to do?

  73. Markus Weissenböck

    since years the same kindergeburtstag…

  74. Dan Wooller

    How far off the pad was it in metres?

  75. Frank Gibson

    Sorry, I just don’t see the commercial sense in this. 14 successful missions. Well done, but to what end? There is no profit to going to the edge of space and back. You have clearly mastered the idea of safely returning a booster so why is that technology not being used to deliver a second stage to access low orbit? I’m not convinced that this isn’t just some sort of tax write off or a big boys toy.

  76. Ficar Amriza

    51:39 LIFT OFF!

  77. Cassian Ravenheart

    Man… a company run by Amazon doesn’t have the equipment for a proper livestream but still manages to monetize their video 🤣

  78. Tiberius Maximus

    need some camera’s in and outside vehicle

  79. Sunman

    Blue balls is a tortlle,Spacex is a rocket.

  80. RME76048

    I suppose that, using the strictest definitions, a person riding in this *is* an “astronaut,” because they ride in a “spacecraft,” and the craft did in fact get to space, though barely.

  81. Mad Cv

    with the amount of advertising in this webcast, it makes you feel like its a real launch with people or experiments or something
    isn’t this still a launch test?

  82. Pham Nuwen

    “It’s just steam”

    Hydrogen is produced from natural gas which causes greenhouse emissions. That’s fine by me, but this kind of unscientific virtue signaling from companies pushing climate alarmism is rather annoying.

  83. J Point

    Blue origin channel is monitized… Worlds richest man need youtube money now… Hail spacex

  84. polkadotpuss

    not using metric, already worse than SpaceX

  85. Guest User

    I think Amazon sells camera’s you should add a few. When will this rocket actually do anything useful?

  86. Giorgos Smith

    Imperial units hurt more than ads :D Other than that , amazing job! congrats congrats !

  87. Akai Kiseki

    So Bezos puts ads on his Rocket Company’s videos. He needs that little extra dime doesn’t he ?
    Also the patting on the back is *insane*. You should stop before you neck yourselves… Truly, the fact that your boss ever tried to patent the “idea” of a retro-propulsive rocket landing will forever be on YOU, Bezos !

  88. MonsterSound

    “… back to the centre of the pad.” “… perfectly land down there.” ugh, not. Exaggerating the landing while it nearly missed the pad does not instill confidence.

  89. Skyler Taylor

    Please show videos from inside of the capsule :)

  90. Mike Cali

    They can’t afford 100$ cameras or even DRONE so we can see closeups

  91. PiDsMedia

    wen hop metric?

  92. Pierce Moore

    Am I crazy or did I miss the retro thrusters on touchdown? It really looks like they didn’t fire, which would mean the capsule hit the ground at 17mph. Not fatal but that would be *really* rough for human occupants. Apollo 8 hit the ocean at 20mph but all their seats had aluminum crush structures to absorb the impact.

  93. Leandro Piccione

    Monetisation on a rocket launch video? This have to be a joke.

  94. Mike Cali

    Jeff BEZOS needs to FUND Blue Origin much more so they can GO Higher and do more

  95. Jim Patrick

    You can’t even hit the bullseye with a hover above the pad, I think you guys have a long way to go before you’ll be landing orbital rockets.

  96. Mike Cali

    I love BLUE but PUT A DAMN CAMERA INSIDE and OUTSIDE of Capsule Already !!!!

  97. Christopher Carr

    Ads? Bezos not selling enough stock?

  98. Lawrence Idong

    Holy shit they run ads on stream replays?

  99. Hirvieläin

    A company which gets funding 1 billion USD per year from Jeff Bezos puts over a dozen ads in a video of a livestream…

  100. Finlay FinTGM

    Here is a timeline of the mission if you are late.

    1:01 – WEBCAST INTRO
    2:54 – WEBCAST START
    4:45 – CAPSULE OVERVIEW
    6:35 – VIEW AROUND NEW SHEPARD
    9:52 – BE-7 ENGINE FIRE TEST
    11:40 – HUMAN LANDING SYSTEM NATIONAL TEAM VIDEO
    14:23 – ANOTHER VIEW OF NEW SHEPARD
    15:40 – BLUE ORIGIN ENGINE FACILITY IN HUNTSVILLE ALABAMA TOUR
    19:00 – COUNTDOWN HOLD AT T- 12 MINUTES
    23:22 – QUESTION TO BUE ORIGIN FROM ALEX
    24:48 – YET ANOTHER VIEW OF NEW SHEPARD
    27:45 – QUESTION TO BUE ORIGIN FROM KEIRA
    29:24 – MORE VIEWS OF NEW SHEPARD
    35:31 – QUESTION TO BLUE ORIGIN FROM
    38:29 – MORE VIEWS OF NEW SHEPARD
    39:16 – COUNTDOWN RESUMES
    40:14 – CLUB FOR THE FUTURE POSTCARD SHOUTOUTS
    40:59 – MORE VIEWS OF NEW SHEPARD
    42:13 – FLIGHT PROFILE
    44:44 – BE-3 ENGINE TEST VIDEO
    45:38 – MISSION BREIFING
    48:19 – COUNTDOWM HOLD 2
    48:41 – COUNTDOWN RESUMES 2
    49:42 – NEW SHEPARD STARTUP AND GANTRY RETRACT
    50:16 – AFT FIN CHECKS
    50:43 – T-1 MINUTE AND ENGINE GIMBAL CHECKS
    51:22 – T- 20 SECONDS
    51:31 – T- 10 SECONDS
    51:42 – LIFTOFF FROM BLUE ORGIN WEST TEXAS SUBORBITAL LAUNCH SITE
    52:36 – MAX-Q (MAXIMUM DYNAMIC PRESSURE)
    54:02 – MECO (MAIN ENGINE CUTOFF)
    54:19 – SEPARATION OF CAPSULE
    55:45 – APOGEE OF NEW SHEPARD (SPACECRAFT THEN STARTS DESCENDING RAPIDLY)
    56:02 – CAPSULE APOGEE (CAPSULE STARTS DECENDING RAPIDLY)
    57:16 – WEDGE FINS DEPLOY
    58:24 – DRAG BRAKE DEPLOY (SPACECRAFT STARTS SLOWING DOWN)
    58:44 – BOOSTER RESTART
    58:51 – BOOSTER LANDING LEGS DEPLOY
    59:02 – BOOSTER TOUCHDOWN ON NEW SHEPARD LANDING PAD
    59:11 – WEDGE FINS AND DRAG BRAKES RETRACT
    1:01:50 – CAPSULE TOUCHDOWN
    1:03:58 – MISSION REPLAYS
    1:07:52 UNOFICCIAL MISSION STATUS RECAP

    NOTE: The aim of this mission is to undergo a flight with astronaut upgrades inside the capsule. These upgrades consist of acoustics, temperature regulation, crew display panels, speakers with a microphone and push-to-talk buttons at each seat. The mission will also test several astronaut communication and safety alert systems. The capsule will be fitted with 6 seats with one seat being occupied by Mannequin Skywalker. This mission will be the qualification flight for the never flown New Shepard 4 booster and capsule to allow crewed launches.

    NOTE 2: As part of Blue Origin’s nonprofit club for the Future, 50,000 postcards created from students around the world will be inside the capsule for the flight.

    NOTE 3: The booster and the capsule may be rescued for the first crewed New Shepard flight in 2022!

    Have a great day!

    Jeff who?

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