*Note that this is not 100% accurate, I just got excited and wanted to make a size comparison, mainly between New Shepard and New Glenn, so I didn't do much research to make this. This thing is bloody massive. Established in 2018, GlenPharmer is a premier New England distiller of hand-crafted spirits, boasting a full complement of premium liquors—whiskeys, vodkas, rums, gin, and GlenQuila®, an agave-based spirit. This was my initial thought, but it turns out that the Falcon Heavy 54,400 kg lift capacity is for expendable launches. New Glenn I promised a revised analysis a while back and only just now getting around to posting it. 2 stage New Glenn - 34 tons LEO, 8.5 tons GTO 3 stage New Glenn - 62 tons LEO, 26 tons GTO, 15.5 tons TMI Those numbers are most likely to differ from the actual capacities, but they should be in the general area of what F9 and New Shepard graphics are from this post by /u/zlsa I traced over the New Glenn rocket from the recent image released. New Glenn lifts off from Launch Complex 36 at Cape Canaveral.
capacity is for expendable launches. Early this morning, Jeff Bezos revealed plans for the next Blue Origin rocket, the New Glenn. I want to start this discussion on the r/BlueOrigin community, I hope to update some of this in the coming months as … I've seen a lot of people putting New Glenn between Delta IV Heavy and Falcon Heavy in terms of payload mass capability. Following stage separation, the first stage flies back to Earth and lands nearly 1,000 km downrange on a moving ship, allowing the booster to land in heavy sea-states. New Glenn Here are my initial estimations for the New Glenn launch mass and potential as a vehicle for exploration.