The day is fast approaching when researchers will be able to fly an experiment to the top of the atmosphere or beyond on reusable commercial vehicles, recover their hardware, and fly it again quickly at relatively low cost. A couple of researchers already have done the first two parts. The realities of human spaceflight will keep scientists and engineers who need suborbital platforms for their research on the ground for a while longer, however, waiting for their automated equipment to ...

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