Blue origin has canceled Thursday’s launch of the new Shepard ns-13 mission, which has been delayed due to potential technical problems. As the 13th mission of new Shepard, Thursday’s liftoff was originally the seventh consecutive flight of the same rocket by blue origin, which will also be a record for the company. < / P > < p > according to the new news released by blue origin, the focus is not on the rocket, but on the goods it will carry. “We have detected a potential problem with the power supply for the experiment,” the company tweeted. “Today’s launch was cancelled. A new launch target is coming. ” < / P > < p > the ns-13 intends to carry 12 commercial payloads. These include the & quot; derailment, descent and landing sensor demonstration & quot; and cooperation with NASA’s space mission agency under the tipping point   partnership. This is to test precision landing technologies that NASA can eventually use for manned lunar missions in Artemis. < / P > < p > the feature of this demonstration is that for the first time, the blue origin new Shepard carries the payload outside the booster rocket, rather than inside the capsule. If carried out as planned, it will pave the way for a new payload that can be used for high altitude sensing, sampling and exposure testing. < / P > < p > at the same time, it also carries the space laboratory technology company’s μ g-lilypond, an autonomous plant growth system for microgravity. The aim is to explore how hydroponics can be used to grow aquatic plants for manned space missions. At the same time, there are two payloads, boreii and lad-2, which are used to test an asteroid anchoring system and the interface between liquid and gas under microgravity. < / P > < p > in addition to Artemis research, NASA also has a potential cooling system for power intensive electronic devices on spacecraft. Fbmc, the flow boiling in a micro gap cooler, has been tested once, and the ns-13 will deploy it again. There are also tens of thousands of postcards on the ns-13, organized through its non-profit organization the future club. < / P > < p > it is not clear whether the power supply to all experiments was affected and forced to cancel Thursday’s mission, or whether specific payloads caused concern. Blue origin will carry out any necessary investigations and repairs, after which it will announce a new launch date. Global Tech