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Spaceport in New Mexico

Spaceport in New Mexico

Pictured is an artist's conception of a spaceport planned in New Mexico for Richard Branson's new endeavor, Virgin Galactic(1). Construction of the project, which will feature a giant eye looking up to the sky, is set to start in 2007 and it's estimated that some 50,000 people will fly into space during the first year of operation. Read more at Space.com(2).

1. http://www.virgingalactic.com/en/
2. http://space.com/news/060102_nm_spaceport.html