Britain Plans To Build Commercial Spaceport



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Britain is to build a commercial spaceport that will be used to launch manned missions and commercial satellites. A list of eight locations for the spaceport – which could be used by Virgin Galactic and the US company XCOR to launch space tourism flights – has been drawn up by the government and will be announced on Tuesday at the Farnborough air show…
Read More: theguardian.com
Futuristic Life, Britain build commercial spaceport, Richard Branson, space future, Virgin Galactic, Future Is Now, space flight, XCOR, space tourism, Farnborough air show

Futuristic Life, Britain build commercial spaceport, Richard Branson, space future, Virgin Galactic, XCOR, space tourism, Future Is Now, space flight, Farnborough air show


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