XCOR Aerospace, the suborbital commercial spaceflight company founded in Mojave, Calif., announced a second easterly expansion on Aug. 23, outlining plans for flight operations as well as manufacturing and assembly facilities for its winged, two-seat Lynx Mark II reusable launch vehicle in Central Florida. The plan calls for up to four flights of the Lynx spacecraft each day from the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center for suborbital researchers and tourists ...

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