Frank Morring, Jr. (Southampton, Pa.)October 03, 2011
They tend to whoop once it's over, but going into the centrifuge at the National AeroSpace Training And Research (Nastar) center here in the Philadelphia suburbs, would-be suborbital space travelers usually are a bit subdued. After two days of classroom work, some preparatory “flights” and an...
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