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


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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