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SpaceShipTwo

Suborbital, air-launched spaceplane

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By Milly Vincent For Mailonline
October 23, 2019
Mail Online
Virgin Galactic ship builder, The Spaceship Co, took to Twitter to share the news that the ship had passed the 'power on' test on Monday confirming the 'foundation' of the ship's electrics.
By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com
October 8, 2019
Mail Online
The journey toward commercial space flight got one more supporter today as Boeing promised to invest $20 million in Virgin Galactic's ambition IPO, currently planned for the end of the year.
Elizabeth Culliford
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U.S.
A Virgin Galactic rocket plane on Friday soared to the edge of space with a test passenger for the first time, nudging British billionaire Richard Branson's company closer to its goal of suborbital flights for space tourists.
February 8, 2019
WebWire
The National Air and Space Museum received RocketMotorTwo, the hybrid engine that powered Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo, called VSS Unity, into space for the first time Dec. 13, 2018. This historic flight showcased Virgin Galactic's newest vehicle, capable of carrying up to six passengers into space. RocketMotorTwo will eventually be displayed in the "Future of Spaceflight" exhibition, scheduled to open in 2024 as part of the museum's seven-year renovation. "SpaceShipTwo's rocket motor i...
MATTHEW HAAG
December 13, 2018
www.nytimes.com
Richard Branson's company, which sent the crewed craft, SpaceShipTwo, more than 50 miles above Earth, is one of several racing to make space tourism a reality.