Blue Origin's plans sound about as exciting and audacious as they come, but the company so far has made very little of the progress it needs to succeed. Blue Origin's famed flagship launch vehicle right now is the New Shepard, which has been launched numerous times (including last week) and is a partly-reusable system but has only gone to suborbital space. The company aims to launch humans aboard New Shepard later this year. New Glenn, which should also be reusable, is still in development and won't fly until 2021. Bezos did reveal that it will cost less than $1 million to refuel. By comparison, the much less-powerful Falcon 9 rocket built by SpaceX, which can haul up into space only a fraction of New Glenn should be able to do, costs about $300,000 to $400,000 to refuel.