Go here for some great video of the SpaceShipTwo roll our cum unveil event taken by my Washington DC office colleague John Croft. He has a whole raft of videos with speeches made by governors Scharzenegger, Richardson and Sir Richard Branson that never made it to any Virgin Galactic video. In John’s video above you can hear him speaking about Scharzenegger’s private jet and hear the voice of British born former Flightglobal east coast editor and now Aviation Week senior editor Guy Norris
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Hyperbola will add more as details become available but it seems that at about 07:15h Pacific Daylight Time (14:15h GMT) Read more
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo (SS2) could make its first flight today, this morning California time, attached to its carrier aircraft WhiteKnight Read more
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo vehicle attached to its carrier aircraft WhiteKnight Two in its hangar at Mojave
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo vehicle attached to its carrier aircraft WhiteKnight Two in its hangar at Mojave. More images will be Read more
Go here to see a photo dated 6 December that very probably shows a practice run for the light show Read more
Now we know that Scaled Composite's explanation for the tail strike and port roll during its WhiteKnight Two (WK2) prototype's Read more
So now during a straight forward touch and go manoeuvre Virgin Galactic's WhiteKnight Two prototype Virgin Mothership Eve struck its Read more
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