VSS Enterprise GF11
First Flight: 10/10/2010
Last Flight: 10/31/2014
Peter Siebold is a member of the Scaled Composites astronaut team. He is their Director of Flight Operations was one of the test pilots for SpaceShipOne and SpaceShipTwo. On October 31, 2014, Peter Siebold and Michael Alsbury were piloting the SpaceShipTwo VSS Enterprise on flight PF04, when the craft came apart in mid-air and then crashed, killing Alsbury and injuring Siebold.
First Flight: 4/22/2011
Last Flight: 6/14/2011
Douglas Bennett Shane is President of The Spaceship Company, as well as an American test pilot who has trained as a commercial astronaut. He was a member of the Scaled Composites astronaut team and one of the test pilots for SpaceShipOne, the experimental spaceplane developed by Scaled Composites. Shane worked as the operations director on the SpaceShipOne project in addition to being one of the program pilots, and later served as President of Scaled Composites from 2008 through early 2013.
Birthday is unknown.
VSS Enterprise GF11
Type: Test Flight
Free glide test flight of VSS Enterprise.
Air launch to Suborbital flight
77 rockets have launched from Air launch to Suborbital flight.
SpaceShipTwo – Virgin Galactic
- Family: SpaceShipTwo
- Length: 18 m
- Diameter: 8.2 m
- Launch Mass: 9 T
- Low Earth Orbit Capacity: 0 kg
The SpaceShipTwo was manufactured by Virgin Galactic with the first launch on 2010-10-10. SpaceShipTwo has 53 successful launches and 5 failed launches with a total of 58 launches. The Scaled Composites Model 339 SpaceShipTwo (SS2) is an air-launched suborbital spaceplane type designed for space tourism. It is manufactured by The Spaceship Company, a California-based company owned by Virgin Galactic.
Virgin Galactic – VG
- Type: Private
- Abbreviation: VG
- Administration: Founder: Richard Branson
- Founded: 2004
- Launchers: VMS Eve
- Spacecraft: VSS Enterprise | VSS Unity
- Country: USA
Virgin Galactic is an American spaceflight company within the Virgin Group. It is developing commercial spacecraft and aims to provide suborbital spaceflights to space tourists. Virgin Galactic’s suborbital spacecraft are air launched from beneath a carrier airplane known as White Knight Two.