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Watch Blue Origin's 'Mannequin Skywalker' ride into space

Marcus Gilmer

Behold one of history's greatest partnerships: Man and mannequin, working together so that both may be joined in eternal embrace beyond the stars.

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Earlier this week, we excitedly shared video of a successful rocket launch by Jeff Bezo's spaceflight company Blue Origin. In that video, the company offers a peek at Blue Origin's launch site as it sent its suborbital New Shepard rocket and capsule, which included a test dummy nicknamed "Mannequin Skywalker," to the edge of space.

The rocket reached 322,032 feet above Earth's surface before successfully returning to terra firma but now — BUT NOW! — we have video from inside the capsule showing Mannequin Skywalker's trip in full. 

The video gives us all a good idea of what it'll feel like when people make the trip. That is, if you don't consider Mannequin Skywalker a person (which is fair). But have you been to the edge of space? 

Didn't think so.