Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, plans on spending over $200 million dollars to build the world’s largest space plane. What the heck is a space plane? The plans are to create a 1.2 million pound vehicle with a wingspan wider than a football field that could deposit satellites into low orbit. If the space plane is successful, it will drastically lower the cost of launching satellites. It may even take some tourists for the ride. Read the full article at WSJ.com
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