“It’s Been a Long Road…”

Forgive the reference to Star Trek: Enterprise* and Rod Stewart’s song, readers, but I cannot think of a better way to introduce this news! We have a new company on the block looking to bring us to the stars! That is worth popping the cork on some champagne, especially in this day and age!

Learn more about this fantastic news through the link:

Vaya Space Completes First Suborbital Test Flight

Successful Launch Demonstrates Safe and Eco-friendly Hybrid Rocket Technology

Vaya Space announced the successful launch of its hybrid rocket from Mojave, California on January 29th, 2022 operating under an existing FAA waiver. The suborbital flight demonstrated its hybrid rocket design using 3D printed fuel grains created from recycled thermoplastics. This launch paves the way for rapid acceleration of Vaya Space’s go-to-market strategy as the Company scales for production, with its first commercial orbital launch planned for 2023.

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