LOS ANGELES—Pete Siebold, the surviving member of the two-man SpaceShipTwo test crew, has revealed how he was thrown clear of the suborbital spaceplane as it disintegrated at around 50,000 ft. over the Mojave Desert during a powered test flight on Oct 31. Siebold, who was airlifted from the crash site to Antelope Valley Hospital with severe injuries, told National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators on Nov. 7 that he “was extracted from the vehicle as a result of the ...

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