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Source: Space News – spacenews.com By Jeff Foust World View Enterprises, the Arizona company developing high-altitude balloons for research and eventually tourism, plans to conduct a test flight of a weather radar on one of its balloons later this year.
Source: The Space Review & Space News – thespacereview.com By S. Alan Stern High altitude ballooning has begun to undergo a renaissance that is creating exciting new capabilities, therefore enabling a wide array of new applications of interest to researchers … Continue reading
Source: space.com By Mike Wall World View Enterprises, which aims to loft paying customers to the stratosphere beneath a giant balloon, will do so from the newly approved Spaceport Tucson in southeastern Arizona, company representatives announced Tuesday.
Source: airspacemag.com By Tony Reichhardt Flights could begin as early as 2016. Companies on both sides of the Atlantic are making strides toward offering near-space balloon flights for tourists, starting as early as 2016.
Source: Reuters By Karen Brooks An Arizona start-up company says it has successfully completed its first small-scale test flight of a stratospheric balloon and capsule being developed to show tourists a space-like view of the Earth from 19 miles (30 … Continue reading