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AERA Corporation Releases Animated Presentation of Altairis Rocket

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Video News Release will be available globally via satellite Wednesday March 30 and will also be posted to the www.aeraspace.com website

( Temecula , CA ) An animated presentation of the AERA Corporation Altairis rocket, which will begin taking tourists into space in 2006, will be available via satellite to news stations across the globe on March 30. The same animation will also be made available on the www.aeraspace.com website.

The video animation will allow anyone to see what the future of space tourism will look like.

“We wanted as many people as possible to be able to see the near future where the wonder and awe of space travel will become a reality for many – not just a select few,” said Bill Sprague, Founder, CEO and Chief Scientist of AERA Corp.

The release of the design of the rocket closely follows AERA’s recently signed agreements with the United States Air Force and the Florida Space Authority to use Cape Canaveral for launch, flight operations and landing.

“As companies work to make space accessible to the masses the Florida Space Authority will work with them to make individuals dreams of space flight come true,” said Paul Altier, Manager of Spaceport Operations at the Florida Space Authority.

The United States Air Force will also be working with AERA and added that they will be “providing oversight to ensure flight and public safety attention is maintained,” said Rick Blucker, Chief of Plans and Programs with the 45 th Space Wing at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida .

The agreements with the Florida Space Authority and the United States Air Force are critical elements to having a legitimate and ongoing outer space tourism program.

“Having those agreements signed for us is like a large commercial carrier opening a hub at a major airport – without a hub you have no airline and without an agreement like this you have no space program,” said Sprague.

AERA Corporation is leading the luxury space travel industry with the completed design of the safest space flight system ever created. Altairis, the company’s first generation spacecraft, features a superior design based on 30 years of proven technology and was expertly engineered by a staff highly experienced in the development of rockets and spacecraft. Altairis is vertically launched, lands horizontally and can comfortably send seven passengers to space. The first flight is scheduled for 2006. For further information about AERA, visit www.aeraspace.com

Television news producers please contact Mike Garcia for satellite feed coordinates. Individuals will be able to view the presentation beginning at 5:00 EST on March 30 th at www.aeraspace.com .

Attn: Travel and Science Editors/Assignment Editors/News Desk

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AERA Corp Releases Animation of Altairis Rocket That Will Use Cape Canaveral to Begin Taking Tourists into Space In 2006

B-roll Available to all stations/networks
FOCUS : Space travel is about to become available to almost everyone.

( Temecula , CA ) AERA Corp today released the animated presentation of their Altairis Rocket that will begin taking tourists into space from Cape Canaveral in 2006. AERA Corp is a company made up of true rocket scientists that in cooperation with former astronauts have recently signed an agreement with the U.S. Air Force and the Florida Space Authority to use Cape Canaveral .

The video animation will allow anyone to see what the future of space tourism will look like. “We wanted as many people as possible to be able to see the near future where the wonder and awe of space travel will become a reality for many – not just a select few,” said Bill Sprague, Founder, CEO and Chief Scientist of AERA Corp.

The release of the animation and design of the rocket closely follows AERA’s recently signed agreements with the United States Air Force and the Florida Space Authority to use Cape Canaveral for launch, flight operations and landing. “As companies work to make space accessible to the masses the Florida Space Authority will work with them to make individuals dreams of space flight come true,” said Paul Altier, Manager of Spaceport Operations at the Florida Space Authority.

The agreements with the Florida Space Authority and the United States Air Force are critical elements to having a legitimate and ongoing outer space tourism program.

“Having those agreements signed for us is like a large commercial carrier opening a hub at a major airport – without a hub you have no airline and without an agreement like this you have no space program,” said Sprague.

VIDEO FEED INCLUDES : Animation of Altairis rocket and proposed route, as well as tracked story with B-roll and sound bites from the United States Air Force; Paul Altier, Manager of Spaceport Operations at the Florida Space Authority and AERA Corp Founder, CEO and Chief Scientist Bill Sprague.

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TELEVISION : March 30, 2005
10:30a – 11:00a PT 1330 – 1400 ET
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Downlink frequency:11921 horizontal
Audio: 6.2 & 6.8

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