Spaceflights depend on new jobs
The frontier of commercial spaceflight, which opened when NASA's shuttle program ended this month, is taking shape in an unfinished assembly of metal, glass and concrete that resembles a rust-colored stingray burrowed halfway into New Mexico's desert.
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