Hobbyspace.com bonanza

by | Oct 22, 2007 | Personal spaceflight | 0 comments

Hobbyspace.com has a series of entries on;

thoughts about Kistler’s rocket designs

the latest on Rocketplane’s renewed suborbital focus

the International Symposium for Personal Spaceflight

and the Google Lunar prize and SpaceShipTwo interior design

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