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January 15th, 2004
LiftPort Announces Support for Space Exploration
LiftPort Group, the space elevator companies, today announced its support for NASA's new blueprint for the space exploration program. "We're pleased to see the renewed national commitment to the exploration of space," said Michael Laine, President of LiftPort, which is dedicated to the development of the first commercial elevator to space. "With the nation, we believe that the exploration of space has and will continue to greatly benefit the world, both from the advancement of knowledge as well as the development of technology."
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