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Stratolaunch Aims To Break Affordability Barrier
December 14, 2011
SEATTLE — Aiming to return to a time when the U.S. can fly its own astronauts into space — or anyone else with money enough to buy a ride — Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and his SpaceShipOne partner, experimental aircraft designer Burt Rutan, plan to use the equivalent of two 747-400s to airlift a...
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