The company says the reusable space vehicle was carried by airplane to 46,000 feet (14,020 meters) on Friday and then released. The craft then used its rocket motor to reach its highest altitude to date.
No date has been set for the first commercial flight but hundreds of would-be tourists have made down payments for the chance to fly.
Source: The Telegraph
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