Friday, September 18, 2009

Toothpaste technician turned rocket engineer could help UK cross the final frontier

It may not quite meet NASA's exacting specifications, but this homemade rocket could help Britain cross the final frontier.

Nova 2's inventor Steve Bennett, a toothpaste technician turned rocket scientist, believes it holds the key to blasting tourists into space within just five years.

Not only that, but the Salford scientist is quietly confident of winning the race to launch the first space tourism business - beating off a host of billionaire rivals including Sir Richard Branson.

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