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2013 | Space tourism closer

These spaceships will fly up to 360,000 feet

“Seeing a new vehicle that will someday be taking commercial passengers into space, and allowing the population at large to experience space travel, is just tremendously exciting.” – Galactic Spaceship Test pilot Peter Siebold

Dr. Magnus Pyke | Visionary?

Magnus Alfred Pyke (Paddington, London, 29 December 1908 – 19 October 1992)

Dr. Pyke was a British scientist and media figure, who, although apparently quite eccentric and playing up to the mad scientist stereotype, succeeded in explaining science to a lay audience. He was known for his enthusiastic way of waving his arms around as he spoke.
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