Washington, DC — This morning, Space Perspective announced its plans to launch from the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The human space flight company will fly passengers and research payloads to the edge of space with its Spaceship Neptune, a high-performance balloon and pressurized capsule.
“CSF commends the partnership between Space Perspective and Space Florida as they reach an agreement to begin establishing an Operations Center at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center,” said Eric Stallmer, President of the Commercial Spaceflight Federation. “This announcement is a great opportunity for the Space Coast as a fresh capability will now be offered in the realm of space tourism and research. We are looking forward to witnessing the first un-crewed test flight in early 2021 as this accomplishment will continue to deliver exciting endeavors and opportunities to the commercial space industry.”
For Space Perspective’s full press release, click here.