VIDEO: Xcor’s Jeff Greason talks Lynx development

by | Apr 4, 2009 | Seradata News | 2 comments

 

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Xcor Aerospace’s chief executive Jeff Greason spoke to Hyperbola about the development of his company’s rocket powered Lynx vehicle after his 3 April presentation at the Space Access Society conference held in Phoenix, Arizona from 2-4 April 2009

Go through to the extended portion of this blog post to see the video interview with Greason

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