Thursday, May 18, 2006

Japan Offers Rock Bottom Price On Commercial Space Launch: FREE

The Associated Press is reporting Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will offer free launch space aboard its H-2A rockets. Payloads of up to 50 kilograms can piggyback aboard already planned government launches. Hence the weight restrictions.

Anyway, applications are being accepted all year, but applicants are limited to Japanese companies, individuals or groups. And profit-making ventures will be excluded, so no get-rich-quick schemes....

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