Blue Origin to Launch 6  Shepard Rocket

Space Tourists on a New

Blue Origin will launch 

six more people to the final frontier Saturday morning (June 4), and you can watch the action live.

Blue Origin's New Shepard

 suborbital vehicle is scheduled to lift off at 9 a.m. EDT (1300 GMT) from the company's West Texas launch site

New Shepard consists

 of a rocket and a capsule, both of which are reusable. The rocket comes down for a vertical, powered landing

Each New Shepard

 mission lasts about 11 minutes from liftoff to capsule touchdown.

Passengers aboard the

 automated vehicle experience a few minutes of weightlessness and see Earth against the blackness of space.

Saturday's flight

 will be the 21st for New Shepard overall, which explains the mission moniker — NS-21.

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