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🔥I truly believe that if I can put this into my life that my journey and my process through life and to becoming successful will truly be impacted in a positive way. Can't wait to see the people I meet, the experiences I have, the skills I build, the people impact and so on! Will definitely keep you updated with how it goes! And try it out in your own life 🔥
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If you know me, you know that I've been saying for a long time that in next 20-30 years, everyone on the planet will technically be "vegan", and now some of the smartest people on the planet agree and are making it happen. I wanna thank people like Bill Gates, @richardbranson @elonmusk Jeff Bezos @animalhopeandwellness and everyone else making a difference- well done 🖖🙏 #innovation
i was gonna make a whole long ass paragraph but i bet nobody is gonna want to read dat shit so imma make it short and sweet... since my first post was just so that i could start a spam page and it was a stupid ass picture of tyler, so i figured i would post a picture of him again now that ive hit 1K. i know 1K isn't a lot but for me it means a lot to know that 1,000 people care enough about my opinion on shit to follow me. ive met a lot of great people on this app and im so thankful for all of u all that have helped me to get this far. i love u all and just know that this is only the beginning and great things are to come in the future. thank u all💕
Amazon supremo Jeff Bezos' rocket company Blue Origin has successfully tested its main engine for the first time.
The BE-4 engine is, as the name suggests, Blue Origin's fourth generation rocket. B-1 was a wee thing that boasted 2,200 pounds of thrust. B-2 hit 31,000 pounds and B-3 reached 110,000.
The B-4 cranks things up to 550,000 pounds from a single engine. By way of comparison, the Merlin engine used in SpaceX's rockets emit 190,000 pounds of thrust. Which is why SpaceX packs nine of them into a single Falcon 9 rocket.
Blue Origin's New Glenn rockets will put seven BE-4 engines in harness for a total 3.85 million lbs of thrust and a payload of 13 metric tons to geostationary transfer orbit or 45 metric tons to low earth orbit. The Falcon 9's payloads to the same spots are 8,300kg and 22,800kg.
Here's the BE-4 in action, during a Friday test that apparently went off without a hitch.
The BE-4's first mission won't be a Blue Origin flight. Instead it's slated to power a Vulcan rocket operated by the United Launch Alliance, a joint venture between Boeing and Lockheed Martin. The company currently operates Atlas and Delta rockets, but is betting Blue Origin can power its next-generation Vulcan by 2019.
The test recorded above suggests that schedule isn't unreasonable.
Blue Origin is also working on the BE-4U, a variant of the engine for in-orbit propulsion.
All versions of the engine run a combination of liquid oxygen and liquefied natural gas, fuels that are easy to acquire and don't require inert gases to enable pressurisation. They also burn clean, which helps Blue Origin to achieve its goal of quick-and-easy re-use of its first stage rockets. ®
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Humans have been firing different types of rockets into orbit and beyond for decades, but only one has ever made it back to Earth safely. Pictured is SpaceX's Falcon 9 first stage in the hangar, ready to be refurbished and launched again. 📷: @spacex