suborbital

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situated on or below the floor of the eye socket

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quantifying the market needs for small satellite launches from the UK; analysing the potential to grow a high value, UK supply chain around launch and sub-orbital spaceflight systems and engaging with these suppliers; building the technology and business roadmaps in support of launch and sub-orbital spaceflight systems; developing a detailed understanding of how overseas launch and spaceflight systems can be adapted for operation in the UK and the impact on all of the above.
He became the first quadriplegic to float in zero-gravity in 2007 on a sub-orbital spaceflight.
As the world's-first commercial spaceline, Virgin Galactic will be heavily investing to setup a world-class commercial flight operation and to build the ground infrastructure required to create the best possible sub-orbital spaceflight experience for its passengers.
Virgin Galactic was set up in 2004 by Richard Branson, offering sub-orbital spaceflights to the paying public.
Virgin Galactic's new vehicles share much of the same architecture but are being built to carry six passengers and two pilots on commercial sub-orbital spaceflights, allowing an out-of-seat zero gravity experience and offering astounding views of the planet from the black sky of space.