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Saturday, 4 October 2014

The Brits are bleddy marvelous - this is unbelievable.

Here is a recent body of a press release.

Come back Heath Robinson, we're 21st Century now. Follow the links to see just how "Heath Robinson" we are.
A British team, sponsored by the fastest database in the world, EXASOL, is taking a 3D printed rocket to space – the first time anything like this has been attempted. 
It will be launching later this year from the home of Virgin Galactic, Spaceport America. Their mission is to launch the space plane into the stratosphere at three times the cruising altitude of a transatlantic jet.

We invite you to meet the British team behind this audacious mission, in London on 10th October, and offer you the opportunity to see the rocket first-hand before it goes into space.

Do let us know if you’re interested in attending or in setting up other interviews. The mission has been ongoing for many years and will be a breakthrough in the amateur space race. 
You can find more images here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/registerparis/
I'll let you know more later.

Ampers


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