US mass media discovers “New Space”

by | Nov 6, 2007 | Seradata News | 0 comments

Hobbyspace.com is reporting that the self styled “New Space” businesses are getting interest from the US mass media

While in the “New Media” that is Jeff Foust’s Space Review Rocketplane Global’s new XP vehicle design gets profiled

One member of that business community, Spacedev is reporting progress with its unfunded NASA space act agreement (SAA) that it wants to turn into a funded commercial orbital transportation services demonstration (COTS) programme SAA. Here is a COTS related Spacedev promotional video for its Dreamchaser vehicle;

Then there is the reality of propulsion hardware testing at Spacedev

And last but not least Peacekeeper ICBM derived launch vehicle services provider E’Prime Aerospace is also making progress thanks to the US Federal Aviation Administration.

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