Friday, 8 August 2014

Brownsville, Texas named as site for SpaceX spaceport

The office of Texas Governor Rick Perry has revealed that SpaceX has selected Brownsville, Texas as the site of a new launch facility for sending commercial satellites into orbit. The plans were revealed as part of an announcement by the Governor’s office that the Texas state government is providing US$2.3 million to provide infrastructure for the project, which is expected to create 300 jobs and generate $85 million in capital investments. .. Continue Reading Brownsville, Texas named as site for SpaceX spaceport

Section: Space

Tags: Elon Musk, Infrastructure, Rocket, Satellite, SpaceX, Texas

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