Model rocket manufacturer Estes Industries is launching a 1/66th scale model of the Blue Origin New Shepard launch vehicle for $70 on Nov. 1, and it's available for preorder now.
The toy rocket, which the company says will launch as high as 400 feet, will deploy a parachute at the height of its flight and float back to the Earth's surface. The replica should allow for the recreation of the Blue Origin flight that carried former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, but it does not include a toy replica of the billionaire.
"Like the Blue Origin New Shepard," the listing reads, "you can fly the Estes New Shepard again and again."
The $70 price tag won't bag you everything you need to lift off, though. In addition, you'll need a launch pad ($30), engines ($48 for a bulk pack), starters ($6), recovery wadding ($5.49) and batteries -- bringing the total price of staging your own Blue Origin model flight closer to $150 or more.
Regardless, the cost to fly this rocket is substantially cheaper than the cost to buy a seat aboard the real space vehicle or on rival Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo Unity.