Space Access 2009: “Rocketplane Kistler is not dead”

by | Apr 4, 2009 | Seradata News | 5 comments

Rocketplane Global’s vice president for business development Charles “Chuck” Lauer talked about the NASA Commercial Orbital Transportation Services programme participant Rocketplane-Kistler (RpK), what happened to it, where it is today and its future at the Space Access Society’s conference in Phoenix, Arizona on 4 April 2009

Listen here to Lauer describe RpK as the “canary in the [credit crunch] coal mine” and how it fell victim to the financial worldwide crisis

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