NASA Is Not Interested in Space Florida's Shiloh Spaceport

Proposed NASA plans don't include Space Florida in Volusia, Daytona News Journal

"NASA has unveiled an updated 20-year master plan for its Kennedy Space Center, hoping to expand its facilities and attract new commercial spaceflight, but its plans don't appear to include any mention of Space Florida's proposal to develop a commercial spaceport on NASA-owned land in the southern end of Volusia County. And that is drawing reaction, both from supporters and opponents of Space Florida's plans at Shiloh."

NASA Request for Information: Lease and Development of Kennedy Space Center Land Assets

"This Request for Information (RFI) is intended to solicit responses from the broader spaceport community to enable KSC to continue its transformation into a multi-user spaceport. This transformation is based upon the effective utilization of land assets that have been identified in the 2013-2032 KSC Master Plan."

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