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SpaceShipTwo Goes Supersonic for Third Time

Virgin Galactic Reaches New Heights in Third Supersonic Test Flight “Today, Virgin Galactic, the world’s first commercial spaceline, which is owned by Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and Abu Dhabi’s aabar Investments PJS, successfully completed the third rocket-powered supersonic flight of its passenger carrying reusable space vehicle, SpaceShipTwo (SS2). In command on the flight deck of SS2 for the first time under rocket power was Virgin Galactic’s Chief Pilot Dave […]

  • NASA Watch
  • January 10, 2014
Going Into Space

Going to Space? First Stop: Eight Months of Grueling Training in Russia’s Star City, WIred “… Then you have to fork over $30 million to Space Adventures, a company that serves as go-between with the Russian space program. Just don’t call its clients space tourists. “That term implies you are there to take photos and hang out,” Garriott says. “I’m trying to prove you can actually be a valuable contributor […]

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  • August 20, 2008
Join the Space Ambassadors Program and you Could Fly on a Virgin Galactic

National Space Society Kicks Off Space Ambassadors Program with Virgin Galactic, National Space Society “The National Space Society (NSS) and Virgin Galactic announced today the NSS Space Ambassadors Program, which for one person will lead to a trip to space on Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo.” “Space Ambassadors will be trained to deliver an eye-opening new presentation designed to educate and inspire the public about the practical and humanitarian benefits of exploration […]

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  • May 29, 2008
Looking beyond the x-prize

26 August 2004: A Giant Leap For Commercial Space Travel, IEEE Spectrum “Paul Allen, Microsoft Corp.’s cofounder, funded Rutan’s project, ostensibly to win the US $10 million Ansari X Prize for the first workable “space tourist” vehicle. But Rutan and Allen’s gaze was directed far beyond that prize. Considering they spent more than twice as much money as they could win, clearly they were looking to participate in a future […]

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  • August 26, 2004