Blue Origin’s New Shepard Mission NS-23 Launch Aborts In Flight [Video]
Blue Origin's New Shepard Mission NS-23 experienced a propulsion anomaly after launch 12 September 2022 shortly before reaching max q, leading to a mid-flight abort. Initial indications are that a safe recovery of the capsule and cargo payloads was accomplished. There were no crew aboard this flight. At the time of publication the status of the booster is uncertain but from the video below it is likely the Blue Origin New Shepard booster or first stage was lost.
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