Monthly Archive for June, 2007

So what' the commission on a space ticket?

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A report on space tourism efforts by Virgin Galactic, which is scheduled to begin flights in 2009.
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Transforming Humanity: Innerspace to Outerspace

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The TransVision Conference in Chicago on July 23-26 will feature an entire day devoted to the discussion of space tourism, settlement and exploration.
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The Amateur Future of Space Travel

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The New York Times Magazine writes about NASA’s Centennial Challenges, a series of prizes for innovation in space technology.
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President of India Calls for Hypersonic Transport Revolution

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Indian President A PJ Abdul Kalam called for international cooperation to develop a low-cost hypersonic, reusable spacecraft.
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Pat Bahn on The Space Show (audio)

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Pat Bahn, CEO of TGV Rockets, discussed his company’s efforts to build a piloted reusable suborbital launch vehicle with host David Livingston.
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Hello From Genesis II

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Some of the first pictures from Bigelow’s Genesis II experimental space station prototype.
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More testing, More data, and…

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Masten Space reports on progress in testing its XA-0.1 vehicle.
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A dream takes flight

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Is the Boston Harbor Angels investment in XCOR Aerospace’s suborbital tourism project a harbinger of things to come?
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Space tourism prototype on display

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The New Mexico Museum of Space History has received Starchaser Nova Four, a prototype of a three-person suborbital vehicle.
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Study: Canada missing boat on space

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A new study says that Canada’s future economic prosperity is being jeopardized by generations of government neglect to develop a national space policy.
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