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A space mission to the moon crashes

A space mission to the moon crashes
New York: Blue Origin Company’s space mission to the moon has suffered an accident due to booster failure, in which fortunately there were no casualties.

According to international media reports, the Blue Origin space tourism project launched its fourth space flight without astronauts after three successful flights, which crashed shortly after.

The New Shepard rocket encountered a booster flare shortly after launch, but the introduced crew escape system was successful, allowing the capsule attached to the rocket to return safely to Earth.
The unmanned flight experienced a booster failure today, but the escape system worked as expected, the company tweeted on the social networking site.

According to the company, there was no loss of any kind in the accident, but further investigations are ongoing in this regard.

According to international media, there was no astronaut involved in the Blue Origin space mission, the unmanned NewShepherd rocket failed shortly after launch, but the capsule attached to the rocket returned safely to Earth due to the escape system. went.

According to the experts, the effective working of the crew space system is a success.

It should be noted that Blue Origin is owned by Jeff Bezos, the owner of the famous online website Amazon.

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