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The first thing you see as you drive into the Mojave Air and Space Port is a reminder of how hard it is to get into space.
Towering over the entrance is the white cone of the Rotary Rocket, a radical launch system that is half rocket, half helicopter. The fully reusable craft, developed in the 1990s, was supposed to reduce the cost of launching payloads into orbit by a factor of ten. In the end, the rocket failed literally and metaphorically to get far off the ground. But Stuart Witt, CEO of the spaceport, the vehicle is a daily reminder of the ‘can do’ attitude he hopes to encourage.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mojave, California (03.12.14) The CEO of the Mojave Air and Space Port (MASP) announced today that the independent auditors of Lance, Soll and Lunghard, have completed an initial investigation[...]