In New Zealand earned the world’s first private spaceport
The world’s first private spaceport opened in New Zealand. The owner of the launch pad, Rocket Lab Corporation, it expects to earn $1.55 billion in the next 20 years.
In New Zealand started to work the world’s first private spaceport. The aerospace Corporation Rocket Lab, which was engaged in the implementation of bold innovative project in cooperation with American partners, it expects to earn $1.55 billion in the next 20 years.
The capacity of the cosmodrome are quite impressive: he designed for the execution of launches every 72 hours for thirty years. Paid missiles can bring the economy from $600 million to $1.55 billion over 20 years.
The construction of the world’s first private facility to launch rockets into orbit began in December of 2015. Large-scale engineering works have improved the region’s infrastructure and improve the quality of the local Internet.