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Thursday, September 5, 2013

SpaceShipTwo Rockets Into the Sky Once More...

I'll post more photos and a video once Virgin Galactic officially releases them online, but check out this image as the VSS Enterprise once again ignited her engine and soared 69,000 feet into the air...at a speed of Mach 1.4-plus. Today's successful test firing lasted 20 seconds, and paves the way for the big moment this December—when the Enterprise is once again set to fire RocketMotorTwo and finally soar into space. If I had $200,000 to spend on my own flight aboard SpaceShipTwo, I'd be even more stoked than I am now!

Above the Mojave Desert in California, SpaceShipTwo fires its engine for the second time on September 5, 2013.

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