Billionaire Bezos showed off a brand new design of its ‘Blue Moon’ lander, which has been in works since the past three years, aimed to carry 6.5 tons to moon’s surface.

Amazon’s Bezos unveils ‘Blue Moon’ lander designBezos, however, pointed out a problem of running out of energy. “A very fundamental long-range problem is that we will run out of energy on Earth,” Bezos said.

“This is just arithmetic. It will happen.” The solution he proposed was to look elsewhere for energy sources in the solar system.

The new lunar lander will be placed in Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket, featuring an entirely new BE-7 engine with 10,000 pounds of thrust. The engine will burn hydrogen with oxygen the two ingredients of water and can be made from ice deposits on the moon.

“We’re using liquid hydrogen because, ultimately, we’re going to be able to get hydrogen from that water on the moon and be able to refuel these vehicles on the surface,” Bezos said.

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Bezos even guaranteed that the modified version of the Blue Moon lander could be strong enough to carry a pressurized ascent vehicle for astronauts to the moon’s surface.

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Moreover, though Bezos didn’t specify a clear date, the firm believes that it can put humans back to moon by 2024The rocket will fire test for the first time by this summer.

Bezos expressed “We must have a future for our grandchildren and their grandchildren of dynamism we cannot let them fall prey to stasis and rationing.”

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