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Blue Origin has more ambitious plans than simply space tourism, it is working on creating its very own space station as well, promising to be something of an industrial and commercial hub, and meant to start operating in the second half of this decade. The company hopes to use Boeing's Starliner and Sierra Space's Dream Chaser to ferry both cargo and passengers to Orbital Reef.

Blue Origin announces plans for a commercial space station

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