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... the launch, and the possibility that the rocket could explode, the Federal Aviation Administration had to shut down a large swath of airspace for more ...
... Galactic launched a spacecraft more than 50 miles high, reaching the Federal Aviation Administration's definition of space and capturing a long-elusive goal for the company ...
... weather advisories to reduce the impact of turbulence on their operations.The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has found that turbulence is the leading cause of ...
... launched a spacecraft more than 50 miles high Thursday, reaching the Federal Aviation Administration's definition of space and capturing a long-elusive goal for the company ...
... days at Mar-a-Lago over the holidays, an alert issued by the Federal Aviation Administration indicates. If he spends the full time there, it will be ...
... to a peak height of more than 51 miles, meeting the Federal Aviation Administration's definition of spaceflight. Gene Blevins/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Observers ...
... topped out at an altitude of 51.4 miles, just surpassing the Federal Aviation Administration’s definition of where space begins but lower than the widely accepted ...
... airspace into a sky-high Interstate 95, according to critics of the Federal Aviation Administration's plan to consolidate current flight paths into narrower and more concentrated ...
... the launch, and the possibility that the rocket could explode, the Federal Aviation Administration had to shut down a large swath of airspace for more ...
... Ltd (ASX: PRZ) is delighted to announce it has appointed former USA FAA Administrator, Michael Huerta, to its advisory board. This represents a landmark achievement ...
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