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|Robert Pearlman||Blue Origin New Shepard NS-16 crew member Oliver Daemen provided a first look at his flight's mission patch on Instagam:|
And here is a better view of the artwork, albeit in black and white and with a few different details (e.g. the embroidered version has the crew's names), as depicted on the front of a journal offered through the Blue Origin shop.
|lucspace||What a strange patch for a first manned flight; it only shows the landing of the booster, the capsule is not even depicted...|
|Paul J. Brennan||It's up for order on the Blue Origin shop. |
|Robert Pearlman||The artwork (as taken from an image of a NS-16 t-shirt from the Blue Origin shop): |
|lucspace||Commercial version seems to be embroidered, crew is wearing woven patches (photo via Blue Origin on Twitter).|
|lucspace||Post-landing, the crew appeared to be wearing suits with printed patches...|
quote: Received a shipment notification for this already a few days before advertised — and it is not coming Amazon Prime either.
Originally posted by Paul J. Brennan:
It's up for order on the Blue Origin shop.
|Robert Pearlman||I received the patch from the Blue Origin shop today:|
|Robert Pearlman||Blue Origin is now selling a limited edition ornament: |
Metal ornament featuring NS-16 patch and commemorative year of New Shepard's First Human Flight. Features royal ribbon to hang and packaged in custom box.