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Jul 27, 2012
Suborbital space tourism company Virgin Galactic announced at the recent Farnborough International Air Show in the UK that work had started on the development of a small satellite launch rocket, designated LauncherOne, that will be dropped from the company’s...
Jul 11, 2012
Suborbital space tourism company Virgin Galactic announced on Wednesday that work had started on the development of a small satellite launch rocket, designated LauncherOne, that will be dropped from the company’s WhiteKnightTwo (WK2) carrier aircraft and provide...
Oct 07, 2011
The first powered test flights of the prototype suborbital passenger spacecraft SpaceShipTwo (SS2) will take place next year, US journal Aviation Week has reported. The SS2 has been developed by US company Scaled Composites on behalf of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin...
Sep 22, 2011
US journal Aviation Week is reporting that the first powered test flights of the prototype suborbital passenger spacecraft SpaceShipTwo (SS2) will take place next year. SS2 has been developed by US company Scaled Composites on behalf of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin...
Mar 11, 2011
Independent US not-for-profit applied physical sciences and engineering research and development organisation Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has signed a $1,6-million contract with space tourism company Virgin Galactic to fly scientists and experiments into...
Mar 02, 2011
Independent US not-for-profit applied physical sciences and engineering research and development organisation Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has signed a $1,6-million contract with space tourism company Virgin Galactic to fly scientists and experiments into...
Dec 10, 2010
For decades, if not longer, many science fiction stories simply assumed that, one day, tourists would enter and traverse space, with space tourism simply forming a background element in their plots. It was probably in 1967 that space conferences first had papers...
Dec 10, 2010
For decades, if not longer, many science fiction stories simply assumed that, one day, tourists would enter and traverse space, with space tourism simply forming a background element in their plots. It was probably in 1967 that space conferences first had papers...
Jun 01, 2007
 
 
 
 
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