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Originally posted by ShatteredSkies
And from what I have read, you have no idea what "interplanetary space travel" is... The key word is "interplanetary" meaning, you would need a full size space vessel to be able to travel from one planetary mass in the deep vacuum of space to another planetary mass while carrying personnel or some sort of cargo, and IT MUST be able to get back, or it would not be considered INTERplanetary travel.
Please chose your words wisely, it might be misleading, and yes, you should have done a bit more research and if you do not know much on the field you are researching, instead of doing this on your own, I suggest some help, like that friend of yours.
the press is gaY!
a 6,000-foot-long (1.14 miles long) Orbital Ascender that would travel from the station to orbit.
"You could probably roll about 40 of these off the line for the price of one Global Hawk," Blackington told MSNBC.com.
I remember something that might be similar, one of the X-prize competitiors wanted to launch a rocket by firing it from a blimp, so that may be the case. There was another team that just basically modernised a V-2 and wanted to use it, I believe it was on the Today show.