The firm building jet "motherships" and suborbital rocketplanes for Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic space joyride operation has begun posting flight-test results online. The move is perhaps an acknowledgement that the SpaceShipTwo programme and Virgin Galactic can only survive by maintaining high public visibility and …
Branson's actual mum
Does he have a virtual mum too?
"Let's see what she's got," said the captain. And then we found out, didn't we?
It's not like..
..they'd accidentally post a few tech specs, is it. ..Is it?
"The maiden voyage of the new XB-76 "Glory" bomber was a success with it only being picked up by several British radar stations"
Fnar. MORE SPACESHIPS!
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"Since being purchased by US military megacorp Northrop Grumman in 2007, it's theorised that Scaled may well be at work on a "black" (totally secret) fourth-gen stealth bomber of some sort."
That would be those Pesky Skunky Swamp Works for RISC Management Teams/Special Forces?
Are Northrop Grumman into Virtual Awarefare ........ Cloud Instruction with AI Leaderships?
MuI7 most Certainly are.
That's a bit cheeky - it'll be a long time before manned spaceships are inter-planetary, let alone leaving the Solar System and traversing the galaxy.
Scaled.com Website Homepage Now Links Tests
... as titled
Re: Virgin Galactic??
It saves that pesky rebranding in some years time when "Virgin Orbital" looks rather quaint.
There's nothing like picking a bang on, with it, state of the art name and then looking somewhat old hat a few decades later. Classic example of shortsighted thinking here is that quaint old vintage film company, 20th Century Fox..........
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