The US Federal Aviation Administration said on Friday it had observed no security issues in the wake of examining claims made against Blue Origin’s human spaceflight program.
The FAA said in September it would survey security concerns raised by previous Blue Origin workers. The FAA said on Friday it was shutting its examination in the wake of finding “no particular security issues” and was making no move against very rich person Jeff Bezos’ space organization.
Alexandra Abrams, previous head of Blue Origin Employee Communications, and 20 other anonymous Blue Origin workers and previous representatives, said in an exposition they had “seen an example of dynamic that frequently focuses on execution speed and cost decrease over the proper resourcing to guarantee quality.”
A Blue Origin representative didn’t promptly remark Friday however said in September Abrams “was excused for cause two years prior after rehashed alerts for issues including government send out control guidelines.”
Abrams told CBS News, which originally revealed the charges, she never gotten any admonitions identified with trade control issues.
In July, Bezos took off some 66.5 miles (107 km) over the Texas desert on board a New Shepard dispatch vehicle in a suborbital flight.
Blue Origin said in September it remained “by our security record and accept that New Shepard is the most secure space vehicle at any point planned or assembled.”
The exposition said a 2018 group at Blue Origin “recorded in excess of 1,000 issue reports identified with the motors that power Blue Origin’s rockets, which had never been tended to.”