SpaceLoft 7 Launches as part of NASA's Flight Opportunities Program


UP Aerospace's SpaceLoft 7 Rocket Launches Flight Opportunities Program Payloads [Watch], NASA

"A reusable suborbital rocket launched by UP Aerospace soared aloft from Spaceport America in New Mexico, carrying multiple technology payloads for NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate's Flight Opportunities Program. The SpaceLoft 7 suborbital flight June 21 provided about four minutes of micro gravity for testing of seven technology experiments in a space-relevant environment."

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