LOS ANGELES—Stratolaunch, the developer of the twin-fuselage rocket launching carrier aircraft that virtually suspended all activity shortly after its first and only flight in April, is to resume full-scale operations under new ownership. The company, which was part of billionaire Paul Allen’s Vulcan group, had laid off the bulk of its workforce within two months of the April 13 test flight of the six-engine carrier aircraft and by June was on sale for a reported asking price of ...

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