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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Hawaii Puts-Up $250,000 for New Spaceport

Hawaii's state legislature has passed a measure appropriating $250,000 funding to secure a license for a spaceport from the Federal Aviation Administration to build a commercial spaceport for rocket-powered vehicles that could take passengers in record speed to faraway locations, but that could also take passengers straight up for a better look of the islands in the Pacific Ocean and boost tourism, according to Honolulu Weekly.

1 comment:

Brandon said...


Anyone know if this is dead in the water with budget issues here in Hawaii?