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Wed, Jul 18, 2018

Blue Origin Conducts Ninth Test Flight Of New Shepard

Successfully Demonstrated The Crew Capsule Escape System

Blue Origin has completed the ninth test flight of its New Shepard rocket, successfully demonstrating its crew capsule escape system.

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Tue, Jul 17, 2018

Airborne-Unmanned 07.17.18: Trans-Atlantic UAV!, Journalist Detained, Drone Reg.

Also: Drones Map Canadian City, 3DR Launches Thermal Imaging Solution, MQ-8C Milestone, MQ-9 Reaper Hack, Airventure 2018!

Wednesday at 6:51 p.m. local time a Medium-altitude, Long-endurance (MALE) Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) produced by General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) made history as it landed at the Royal Air Force (RAF) Fairford in Gloucestershire, U.K. and became the first MALE RPA to successfully complete a trans-Atlantic flight. The GA-ASI-owned MQ-9B SkyGuardian took off from Grand Forks, North Dakota, USA on July 10th at 12:48 p.m. CDT. The flight covered 3,760 nautical mile flight in 24 hours 2 minutes. A journalist attempting to capture images above the Tham Laung cave system during the rescue of the soccer team that had been trapped for nearly two weeks was detained by authorities for flying a drone too close to a helicopter in the area. The incident occurred a week ago Sunday, according to media reports. The drone was being used to give a

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Tue, Jul 17, 2018

Blue Origin Passengers Will Pay At Least $200,000 For A Flight

Company Plans To Start Selling Tickets Next Year

If you want to take a suborbital space tourism flight with Blue Origin, you can plan to pony up not less than $200,000, according to the company.

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