Will Whitehorn

Woodward, David
April 2006
Director;Apr2006, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p47
Presents an interview with Will Whitehorn, president of space tourism company Virgin Galactic. Eagerness in finding ways to make space travel in Mars accessible to public; Total development cost of building the SpaceShipOne, a sub-orbital rocket plane; Views on the role of SpaceShipOne designer Elbert Leander Rutan in the company.


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