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SpaceShipTwo first rocket-powered flight
SpaceShipTwo during its third powered flight 10 January 2014. Image Credit: MarsScientific.com/Clay Center Observatory
SpaceShipTwo during its third powered flight on 10 January 2014. Image Credit: MarsScientific.com/Clay Center Observatory
Feathered Flight during SpaceShipTwo's third powered flight on 10 January 2014 over the Mojave desert.This image was taken by MARS Scientific as part of the Mobile Aerospace Reconnaissance System optical tracking system.. Image Credit: MarsScientific.com/Clay Center Observatory
SpaceShipTwo during its third powered flight. Image Credit: MarsScientific.com/Clay Center Observatory
SpaceShipTwo's rocket burning during the first rocket-powered flight on April 29, 2013 (Boom Camera). Image Credit: Virgin Galactic
Virgin Galactic's spaceship prepares for its first powered test flight on April 29, 2013. Image Credit: Virgin Galactic
SpaceShipTwo with rocket burning during the first rocket-powered flight on April 29, 2013. Image Credit: MarsScientific.com/Clay Center Observatory
Virgin Galactic founder Sir Richard Branson and SpaceShipOne and SpaceShipTwo designer Burt Rutan celebrate at Mojave after SpaceShipTwo's first rocket-powered test flight.. Image Credit: Mark Greenberg
SpaceShipTwo above the Mojave desert during a test glide flight. . Image Credit: Virgin Galactic/Mark Greenberg
SpaceShipTwo shows off its feathered wing system. Image Credit: Virgin Galactic
SpaceShipTwo is released from its mothership during a test flight April 8, 2013. This was SS2' 24th glide flight and the 6th in-flight test of its patented feathered re-entry system. Image Credit: Virgin Galactic/Michael Fuchs
This was the first glide flight test with the rocket motor installed (though not ignited) including tanks, on December 19, 2012. It was also the first flight with thermal protection applied to the spaceship’s leading edges.. Image Credit: Virgin Galactic/Luke Colby
SpaceShipTwo during the vehicle's Cold Flow test on April 12, 2013. The test objectives were successfully met, advancing another important step towards powered flight.. Image Credit: MarsScientific.com/Clay Center Observatory
Virgin Galactic's suborbital spaceship SpaceShipTwo
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