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List of spaceports

Commercial spaceports

Chinese spaceports

Other spaceports

See also

General
Space trade, Commercialization of space, Private spaceflight
Port concepts
Earth tether (Space elevator construction), Lunar tether (Lunar outpost), Martian outpost
Lists
List of rocket launch sites, List of private spaceflight companies, List of spacecraft manufacturers, List of space agencies, Spaceport (the article includes three lists of spaceports).
Comparisons
Comparison of orbital launch systems, Comparison of orbital launchers families
Other ports
Lists of ports, List of Airports, List of sea ports

References and notes

  1. ^ McKie, Robin (2014-07-13). "Britain plans to build commercial spaceport". The Guardian. Retrieved 2013-07-25. 
  2. ^ Having Lynx rocketplane, Insel Air, and Dutch Antilles Express
  3. ^ Having Virgin Galactic, SpaceX, UP Aerospace, and Armadillo Aerospace
  4. ^ Bergin, Chris (2014-12-17). "SpaceX confirms CRS-5 launch slip to January 6". NASASpaceFlight.com. Retrieved 2014-12-18. 
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