The campaign, known as Project Kuiper, is likely to compete with SpaceX's long-running Starlink project to put thousands of satellites in low Earth orbit and do pretty much the same thing. Bezos revealed his plans in federal filings last month.
The issue? SpaceX kicked off similar plans in February previous year when it launched a raft of Starlink internet satellites on board its Falcon 9 rocket.
The project, called Starlink, is designed to create a network of roughly 12,000 internet-beaming satellites.
It all started when we found out that Amazon was planning its own 3,236-satellite constellation to provide global internet access.
According to CNBC, Bezos had hired SpaceX's former vice president of satellites Rajeev Badyal, who led the Starlink project to spearhead his Blue Origin's own project.
Bezos' Blue Origin is focused on building the infrastructure that will make it possible for future humans to live in free-floating space pod colonies.
Leaderboard, tee times and first round leader at Augusta National
Nineteen-year-old Devon Bling equalled the record for the youngest registered player ever to make a hole-in-one on the course. He is the ninth player - and the first since 2013 - to win the Par-3 Contest on his initial try.
WhatsApp finally available for iPad: it's about time!
The "Frequntly Forwarded" feature again limits what goes on a group, and gives admin more control over group content. The first new addition to WhatsApp for Android that we wanted to talk about is the new audio picker feature.
Google turns Android smartphones into account security keys
Scroll down to the section labeled "Set up an alternative second step" and then click on the " Add Security Key " button. This means that if you have it set up you won't be able to log into certain Google Accounts unless your phone is nearby.
But this isn't the first time that Musk has hit at Bezos in his venture into space.
There also seems to be a friendly competitive spirit between Musk and Bezos when it comes to their aerospace businesses, SpaceX and Blue Origin.
Bezos wrote his rocket was "the rarest of beasts".
"SpaceX Grasshopper rocket did 6 suborbital flights 3 years ago and is still around".
Bezos issued no response to this week's jab from Musk, on Twitter or otherwise, but there was a tweet from OneWeb founder and executive chairman Greg Wyler.
'This is a long-term project that envisions serving tens of millions of people who lack basic access to broadband internet, ' an Amazon spokesperson said on the plan.