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Interorbital Systems WebSite Update

Published by spacecowboy on Tue Jul 6, 2004 4:48 pm
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chabot imageInterorbital Systems updated their website with a lot more information, pictures, … you can visit it over here.

They are using “graphics” for their website (not that bad), but the usage of “BMP” forum is a little annoying…

Some info:
NANO SLV: Competing to be the world’s first private-sector satelite launch vehicle. Launches are scheduled to begin in 2005.
NEPTUNE OLV: Competing to be the world’s first private-sector manned orbital launch vehicle. Launches are scheduled to begin in 2006 (note, those are only the beginning of test flights, not directly manned flights to orbit).

SPACEPORT TONGA: Located in the South Pacific just below the equator, the Kingdom of Tonga is the ideal location for conducting orbital rocket launches, Unpopulated, Land-free open ocean provides safe stage drop zones for both polar and 21 degree orbital flight trajectories. The first launch of the IOS Nano SLV is scheduled to take place from Spaceport Tonga in 2005.

A large text related to Interorbital Systems committed to commercial manned orbital space flight. http://www.interorbital.com/Manned%20Space%20Ops%20Page_1.htm

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