New Glenn Vehicle Overview

A complete overview of the New Glenn launch vehicle, including launch stats, vehicle info and launch locations.

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New Glenn rocket

Basic Info

Name

New Glenn

Family

Blue Origin

Manufacturer

First Launch

Not Yet Launched

Successful Launches

0

Failed Launches

0

Rocket Info

Status

Inactive

Stages

2-3

Length

82 m

Diameter

7 m

Thrust

17,100 kN

Reusability

Reusable

Payload Info

LEO Capacity

45,000 kg

GTO Capacity

13,000 kg

The New Glenn is a heavy-lift orbital launch vehicle developed by Blue Origin, named after astronaut John Glenn. It is designed as a two-stage rocket with a diameter of 7 meters. Its first stage is powered by seven BE-4 engines, and the second stage by two BE-3U engines. Designed for reusability, New Glenn's first stage is capable of vertical landings. The vehicle has significant payload capacity, with 45,000 kg to low Earth orbit and 13,600 kg to geostationary transfer orbit.

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Launch Sites used by New Glenn

Cape Canaveral Space Force Station

Cape Canaveral Space Force Station launch site

Historic U.S. military rocket launch site, pivotal in space exploration and national security.

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