One More Orbit, a multinational attempt to simultaneously break the speed record for the fastest circumnavigation of the Earth via both poles, succeeded July 11, returning to Space Florida’s Launch and Landing Facility after 46 hr., 39 min. and 38 sec. The One More Orbit mission paid homage to the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon landing by highlighting how humans push the boundaries of aeronautics “as a tribute to the past, present and future of space exploration,” said Hamish ...

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