In January, “a 70-foot-long LauncherOne rocket was released from beneath the wing of a Boeing 747 carrier aircraft off the coast of Southern California, ignited moments later and soared towards space.” The intent by Virgin Orbit was to “deploy the nine CubeSats” into orbit. These small satellites were developed and built as part of an educational program hosted by NASA and involving U.S. universities. Virgin Orbit joins other companies working to launch highly functional satellites in a range of sizes.
Virgin Orbit utilizes airports around the world in addition to launch sites which enables more flexibility. As programs like the one above continues to evolve, and the ability to launch rockets from more locations develops, we will quickly see more exciting changes in the aerospace industry. LOS ANGELES (AP)
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