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Gallery: Armadillo Aerospace Builds Rockets in Texas

Space Adventures' Suborbital Vehicle Interior 5

Matt Ross/Space Adventures

An artist's illustration of the view from Space Adventures' 2-person suborbital spacecraft being built with Armadillo Aerospace.

The Thin Blue Line

Oklahoma State University — Astro Project

The thin blue line seen at 100,000 ft. represents the kind of view a space tourist might hope to get from a Space Adventures' spacecraft built by Armadillo Aerospace.

Space Adventures' Suborbital Vehicle Interior 4

Matt Ross/Space Adventures

An artist's illustration of the view from Space Adventures' 2-person suborbital spacecraft being built with Armadillo Aerospace.

What a View! Space Bubbles Would Thrill Tourists

Rocket Racing League.

An artist's illustration of a two-passenger vehicle designed to give panoramic views of Earth during suborbital flights. The concept was a joint project in 2008 by Armadillo Aerospace and the Rocket Racing League.

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