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FAA ISSUES LICENSE FOR OKLAHOMA SPACEPORT
June 13, 2006
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced today that it has issued its sixth non-federal commercial launch site operator license to the Oklahoma Space Industry Development Authority (OSIDA) to operate a commercial launch site.
The license allows OSIDA to ensure the safe and efficient take-off and landing of suborbital, reusable launch vehicles at the Clinton-Sherman Industrial Airpark launch site, near Burns Flat.
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Originally posted by Drewsillac
I'd love to do that kind of thing with Space Travel.