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X PRIZE CONTESTANT INTERORBITAL DETAILS ITS FUTURE PLANS IN NEW INTERVIEW

Published by spacecowboy on Wed Mar 3, 2004 12:08 pm
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chabot imageRanda Milliron of Interorbital predicted “first unmanned launches of [their X PRIZE vehicle] Solaris X somewhere around the last part of 2004″ in an interview with the internet magazine NeoFiles. Milliron added, “We’re really focused. We’ve got a really fantastic team. Our pilots are ready. Our subcontractors are ready to build the entire competitive spacecraft… People who have worked in the industry come and work for us for nothing essentially – for stock – because they want to do hands-on work. They don’t want to spend the rest of their lives just designing one bolt or daydreaming about space.” For the whole interview, click here.

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