IAC 2008: Watch this exclusive Virgin Galactic president Will Whitehorn interview

by | Sep 30, 2008 | Virgin Galactic | 1 comment

Here at the 59th International Astronautical Congress, organised by the UK’s British Interplanetary Society and taking place here in Glasgow, Scotland, Virgin Galactic president Will Whitehorn took a few minutes out of his schedule to talk to Flight about his company’s latest developments and when the public might see WhiteKnightTwo up close

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