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Space Adventures Company Considers Oklahoma for Site of Tourism Spaceport

Published by spacecowboy on Thu Mar 18, 2004 4:45 pm
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chabot imageSpace Adventures Company Considers Oklahoma for Site of Tourism Spaceport
The company that sent two multimillionaires to the International Space Station put Oklahoma on its list of possible sites for its space tourism spaceport this week.
The move comes as a bill to regulate the space tourism industry is making its way through the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee.
Space Adventures is in the running for the X-Prize, a $10 million purse offered to the first private company to build and fly a three-person space vehicle to an altitude of 62.5 miles twice within a two-week period and return safely to earth. Read More
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