Space Florida Supports Research on Zero-G Flight



An announcement from Space Florida:

This weekend, Zero-G conducted a research flight from Titusville Airport, featuring 6 local, national and international research teams partially supported through the Space Florida Suborbital Flight Incentive Research Program.

The Space Florida Sub-Orbital Flight Incentive Program will provide a partial reimbursement for customers to fly research payloads from Florida, equal to one-third of the published list price of an approved flight provider, up to a maximum of $10,000. Space Florida will provide this incentive in order to increase the volume of commercial and academic research payloads that fly from Florida. All flight research considered for the program should have either a terrestrial or space application. The program period commenced on January 12, 2012 and is set to continue until December 31, 2013.

Find more information about our program here: