ANALYSIS: One year on, Virgin Galactic forging ahead with SpaceShipTwo endeavour

SpaceShipTwo

One year ago this month, Virgin Galactic’s pursuit of suborbital space tourism was put in jeopardy when its Scaled Composites-built SpaceShipTwo broke apart over the Mojave Desert just 13 seconds into its fourth powered flight.

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