Blue Origin, the advertising company led by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is required to launch the 10th test flight of its unmanned New Shepard rocket on Wednesday as it competes with Virgin Galactic to make it the first for tourists on short visit to space.
The cancellation is for 8:50 hours Central Time (1450 GMT) from a start of Texas. The reaction contributes to several scientific experiments for NASA.
The small rocket captured the space of space last year, which is internationally agreed to be 62 miles (100 kilometers) above the earth, known as the Carman line.
New Shepard reached a height of 66 kilometers (107 km) in April 2018.
The spacecraft is designed for one day to six passengers for a journey of a total of 11 minutes.
Virgin Galactic, head of British billionaire Richard Branson, also works on a ship of her own tourists to carry space.
On December 13, 2018, Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo, VSS Unity, higher than ever, overcame what the US Air Force sees as the space of space and since 2011 marks the first beloved flight to space on the American soil.
Specialty makes it a peak height of 51.4 million (82.7 kilometers).
The US Air Force considers space to be about 50 miles.
The short, sub-subordinate flight – with two pilot boats on board – was a major milestone for the company that fought to dispel tourists at $ 250,000 (roughly 1.8 crowns) per seat.
Alongside Blue Origin or Virgin Galactic, they are ready to board their first paying passengers, but both target the first such flight this year.
Blue Origin has not yet announced the ticket price to hit its New Shepard spaceflights.