EVENT: 30 June space tourism @ Royal Aeronautical Society

by | Feb 16, 2009 | Commercial human spaceflight, Personal spaceflight, Space tourism, Spaceport, Suborbital, Virgin Galactic, White Knight | 0 comments

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credit Virgin Galactic / caption: Virgin Galactic president Will Whitehorn will speak at the event

Go here for the agenda for the London based-Royal Aeronautical Society that will have a good line up of people from Space Adventures, Xcor Aerospace, Virgin Galactic, EADS Astrium, Swedish space corporation, the European Space Agency and the US Federal Aviation Administration

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