World Launcher Review is necessary reading for anyone wishing to launch a spacecraft

by | Dec 9, 2015 | China, Commercial human spaceflight, commercial launch services, ESA, History, India, Launches, Military space, NASA, Russia, Satellites, Seradata News, SLS, Space Insurance, Space tourism, Spaceport, Technology, Virgin Galactic | 0 comments

The World Launcher Review has technical descriptions and commentaries covering every major orbital launch vehicle flying and in development, including their launch sites and their commercial launch providers. It also has a market analysis and a review of those factors that affect launch reliability.  At only £250 (US$400), the World Launcher Review 2015-16 really is a spaceflight information resource that anyone involved in spaceflight shouldn’t be without.

To order your copy of the World Launcher Review and to see its full contents along with FREE sample chapters, go to: https://www.seradata.com/products/world-launcher-review.html

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