Japan Successfully Launches Commercial Rockets into Space

Japan does not seem to want to lose in the competition for commercial rocket launches into space. Recently a Japanese technology company, Interstellar Technologies successfully launched a rocket called MOMO-3 into outer orbit.

Reported by Telset.id from Engadget on Sunday (05/05/2019), MOMO-3 made it to the Kármán line which is 100 kilometers from the sea surface of the Earth, for 8 minutes 35 seconds before finally plunging into the Pacific Ocean.
The launch also responded to public pressure on the founder of Interstellar, Takafumi Horie. There is skepticism from the public given the track record of Takafumi and his company.

But the rocket is an exceptional achievement for the company because they have done two trials and ended in failure.
The primary purpose of Interstellar rockets is to transport small satellites into orbit at a lower cost than the launch carried out by the Japanese government. It should be noted that lately many private parties have begun to develop rockets for commercial services into space.

Blue Origin's latest information succeeded in launching the New Shepard uncrewed rocket into space on Wednesday (01/23/2019) night, 21.00 WIB. The missile is known to carry eight NASA science experiments and will become a rocket for space tourists in the future.

Need to be obeyed, Blue Origin is a rocket company owned by Amazon boss Jeff Bezos who some time ago managed to launch a Sephard New rocket. This rocket managed to reach a peak height of 66 miles or approximately 106 kilometers above Earth.

According to Blue Origin astronaut Ariane Cornell, the international space boundary was agreed to be 100 miles above Earth, known as the Karman Line. Eight minutes after New Sephard took off, the rocket booster fired the engine and made a smooth landing. [NM / HBS]

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