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SpaceShipOne Articles Update

Published by spacecowboy on Sat Jun 19, 2004 3:29 pm
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chabot imagenewsfromrussia.com: SpaceShipOne to try for space
All spaceflight is risky, any expert will tell you. Maiden voyages can be particularly tricky, given all the unknowns. Even SpaceShipOne, a smooth-operating, trusty craft, had a mishap upon landing during a test flight last December.
But the lure to break the bonds of Earth is strong. So strong that in a survey of the more than 100 people who have paid deposits to eventually go into space on a suborbital tourist flight, more than two-thirds said that if given the chance they would hop aboard SpaceShipOne on Monday for its first attempt to reach the great beyond.

tvnz.co.nz: Private space rocket ready for launch
thestar.com: Voyage to edge of space
investors.com: Final Frontier: Private Enterprise Counts Down For Space Travel
kansas.com: Privately funded rocket, pilot set for trip to suborbital space

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