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Commercial Space Stars to Shine in Seattle

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Los Angeles, CA, August 6, 1999 – The leadership of America’s new commercial space industry will converge on Seattle’s Museum of Flight this fall for a special one-day event. The Space Enterprise Symposium, which will take place on Saturday, November 13, is sponsored by the Space Frontier Foundation, the Northwest Venture Group, the MIT Enterprise…

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Los Angeles Space Frontier Conference Fires Up Entrepreneurial Agendas for Business in Space

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Los Angeles, CA, August 6, 1999 – The Space Frontier Foundation, the leading national advocate for the commercialization of space, brings to Los Angeles its 8th annual conference, “Launching The Space Millennium.” Conference goers will meet entrepreneurs and government space policy makers driving new ventures in space while mingling with America’s authors and Hollywood personalities….

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Historic Private Space Flight Attempt

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Los Angeles, CA, May 20, 1999 – The first space launch of a rocket system designed without government assistance is scheduled for May 22, 1999 from the Black Rock desert in Nevada. The launch will be conducted by JP Aerospace, a Sacramento area company. It will be a test flight for a cash prize offered…

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Historic Roton Spaceship Rollout to be Webcast Live

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Los Angeles, CA, February 25, 1999 – The historic rollout of the prototype for America’s first privately financed spaceship will be carried live on the web. The Space Frontier Foundation, an international space policy organization announced plans to broadcast the March 1 ceremonies as they happen at the Mojave Spaceport, north of Lancaster, California, near…

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Space Mirror Hailed as Energy Breakthrough

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Los Angeles, CA, February 4, 1999 – The Space Frontier Foundation, a space policy organization, hailed Russian plans for using an orbiting reflector to bounce sunlight to the Earth’s surface as a milestone on the way to the development of clean energy from space. “This very basic experiment represents an important step in the development…

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