Comprehensive coverage

The US government will build another spaceport in Oklahoma

Oklahoma may be the first non-oceanic state to have a spaceport.
The proposed site is at Clinton-Sherman Airport in western Oklahoma.
This is a former air force base with the fourth largest airstrip in the US.
In the meantime, an environmental impact survey at a cost of 600 dollars was conducted at the site, in order to examine the entities of the plan.
The site is supposed to be used to launch small spacecraft carrying satellites into low orbit for communication, earth simulation and in the future even space tourism.
In October, meetings on Burns Plain and Oklahoma City are planned to hear local residents' opinions on the proposed spaceport.

Leave a Reply

Email will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismat to prevent spam messages. Click here to learn how your response data is processed.