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    Default Blue Origin successfully lands Reusable Rocket



    Awesome video showing the takeoff and landing of Blue Origin's reusable rocket. Big step forward for future space operations. Not quite at the same magnitude as what SpaceX has been attempting, but still awesome.

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    Default Re: Blue Origin successfully lands Reusable Rocket

    What will Jeff Bezos dream up next?
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    Default Re: Blue Origin successfully lands Reusable Rocket

    Pretty amazing!!
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