Originally Posted by Tommy123
Not all rockets go into space and they all do pass through the lower altitudes to get higher. Might be a good idea to listen to atis or check notams for a launch schedule, could get a unpleasant surprise.
Well, actually, no. The rocket is air-launched from a carrier aircraft at about 40,000 ft.
When it comes back down to earth, it is not a rocket, it is a glider. So maybe it should have a glider symbol next to it
Yeah, I read about XCOR at Midland. Even after they were dead, the City Council voted to keep spending money, putting good money after bad. Hope springs eternal.