Monthly Archives: June 2016


Newquay-Cornwall Airport may become Britain’s Spaceport

By |June 25th, 2016|

The Great Britain referendum vote to stay in or leave the European Union, known as Brexit, took place on June 23. Arguments for both sides had been going on for months, with much speculation in the media as to the outcome. The vote encompassed England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The counting was completed in the […]

Your Suborbital Spaceflight: A Gateway to your Future

By |June 18th, 2016|

For many spaceflight participants, their suborbital flight is the culmination of a supreme goal. It is an achievement that offers excitement and a tremendous sense of accomplishment.

The anticipation for weeks leading up to the day of launch is, in itself, rewarding. Launch day finally arrives.  You feel great in your flight suit as friends and […]

Human Spaceflight in Science Fiction Films

By |June 11th, 2016|

Many who are intrigued today about personal spaceflight can usually point to at least one film that is their favorite science fiction film. The films may gloss over the realities of human spaceflight, or the films might portray as much as possible those same realities.

Forbidden Planet
A perennial favorite and classic of the genre in […]