News & Announcements


March 8, 2005 -- Altitude Confirmed: GoFast Rocket Achieves 72 Miles. FAA Post-Flight Analysis Confirms World's First Civilian and Amateur Rocket to Reach Space.  [Official CSXT Release]

June 1, 2004, Omaha, NE. -- Amateurs in Space.  NASA isn't the only agency that can launch a rocket into space.  [Omaha World-Herald]

May 19, 2004, Nyack, NY. -- Go "GoFast"!  Space Frontier Foundation Congratulates First Amateur Team to Enter Space.  [Space Frontier Foundation]

May 19, 2004, Newington, CT. -- Ham Radio-Carrying Rocket Exceeds Goal; Avionics Recovered Intact. [ARRL]

May 18, 2004, CSXT Team Claims Success With Rocket Launch. [Associated Press]

May 7, 2004, -- Amateur Rocket Space Shot Scheduled for May 17th, 2004.

January 20, 2004, Blacksburg, VA. -- Phoenix Integration Announces Sponsorship of First Civilian Space Launch.

August 8, 2003 -- Go Fast Sports & Beverage Co. signs on as a major sponsor of Space Shot 2003

May 23, 2003 -- Fuscient joins CSXT as lead sponsor of Space Shot 2003. Commitment takes our space program to the next level.

December 19, 2002 -- Motor re-engineering efforts underway.
Static motor test planned.

October 4, 2002 -- Gearing Up For The Next Mission. Efforts Underway. Sponsors Sought.


September 21, 2002 -- Disappointed but looking toward the future; Motor Failure Prevents Civilian Rocket From Reaching Space.

September 13 , 2002 -- Space.com: "Rocketeers Ready to Fly Under September Skies"
September 11, 2002 -- CNN.com: "Amateur rocket to attempt space record"
September 11, 2002 -- ARRL.com: "Amateur Radio-Carrying Rocket Flight Rescheduled"

August 27, 2002 -- CSXT launch cleared by U.S. Government

July 10, 2002 -- Commemorative coins now available. Own a piece of aerospace history!

July 9, 2002 -- Fly your business card into space! A unique opportunity to “ride” on our rocket.

July 7, 2002 -- Get a stunning Collector’s Photograph, Signed By Ky Michaelson!

July 2, 2002 -- Space.com: "Weather Prevents Amateur Rocket Launch"

July 1, 2002 -- High Winds Postpone Historic Launch of PRIMERA SpaceShot 2002.

June 19, 2002 -- ARRL.org: "Rocket Boys -- And Girl -- Set Their Sights on Space"
June 18, 2002 -- Space.com: "Amateurs to Make Stab at Space With Rocket"

June 1, 2002 -- The FAA in Washington DC has given CSXT the green light to proceed.

June 1, 2001 -- CSXT 2001 Gains Major Sponsorship Partner