Virgin Galactic will become the first major publicly traded new-space provider Oct. 28 when its shares become available on the New York Stock Exchange, according to a regulatory filing Oct. 24. The stock debut comes after shareholders on Oct. 23 overwhelmingly approved Social Capital Hedosophia’s new 49% ownership stake and the domestication of the space company as a Delaware corporation, among other proxy necessities. The companies said they expect the deal, unveiled in July, to ...

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