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In late July, Virgin Galactic’s VSS Unity test flight achieved an altitude of 52km and a speed of Mach 2.47, new records for the passenger space craft. Virgin test pilots Mark Stucky and Dave Mackay are profiled in a New Yorker interview this week. In 2014,...

An aggressive test flight schedule began in July to get Virgin’s first passenger astronaut into space towards the end of 2018. This week the first “dry run” glide flight was performed with most components of the propulsion engine on board including the two fuel tank system...

The Warren Centre was excited to see the news of Richard Branson unveiling Virgin Galactic’s much anticipated SpaceShipTwo at a ceremony in Mojave, California this month. The Spaceship Company’s VP of Operations, Australian engineer Enrico Palermo, spoke at The Warren Centre’s Beyond Earth Innovation Lecture series...

The Warren Centre’s 2014 Innovation Lecture Series, Beyond Earth, highlights the significant role that Australia and Australians play in global space industries. Sub-orbital space exploration is opening up exciting new frontiers for space science. The main lecture event, which took place in Sydney, Canberra, Perth and...

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