Jeff Bezos unveiled a video simulation of a New Glenn launch (above) at the Satellite 2017 conference in Washington, DC, this morning. He revealed that Eutelsat is the first customer to sign up for a launch.
The booster is designed to lift 45 tons to low Earth orbit and 13 tons to geosynchronous transfer orbit. The first stage is also designed to be launched 100 times. It will have six landing legs.
I had hoped he would reveal something of his lunar delivery service plan that is circulating among policy makers in Washington, But, Bezos said not a word about it.