According to foreign media CNET, blue origin has spent several weeks to solve technical problems, and now the space company founded and funded by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is preparing to make history again for its 13th space trip. The mission will use the new Shepard rocket for the seventh flight to test some key equipment for NASA, which is expected to set a record for rocket recovery. < / P > < p > the mission was originally scheduled to be launched from the company’s base in western Texas at the end of September, but it was delayed many times due to weather and technical problems. After weeks of waiting, the company finally set the new target launch time at 6:35 a.m. Pacific time on Tuesday (8:35 a.m. Texas time). The ns-13 mission will carry more than a dozen payloads to the edge of space and return, including a demonstration of a lunar landing sensor, which will test technology for future lunar missions as part of NASA’s Artemis program. The sensor will be the first payload to be mounted outside the new Shepard rocket rather than inside its capsule. < / P > < p > it is worth noting that one of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 boosters, led by the famous billionaire Elon Musk, has been used up to six times so far. But Falcon 9 is a different kind of rocket for more technically complex orbital missions. Some other payloads carried by new Shepard in this flight include: testing a new system for autonomous cultivation of aquatic plants, which can supplement the diet of the crew; testing a new cooling system developed by NASA for spacecraft electronic equipment. The report shows that the number of app store purchases soared in the first half of this year due to the impact of covid-19