Virgin Galactic’s new base at Spaceport America is operationally ready, says the company, which has set its sights on the long-anticipated start of commercial suborbital spaceflights from the New Mexico facility in 2020. The milestone comes three months after the spaceline company announced it is moving the remaining flight tests of its SpaceShipTwo VMS Unity from the Mojave Air and Spaceport in California to New Mexico to accelerate operational preparations. Since May, around 90 ...

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