New Mexico spent $218 million on a launch port for Virgin and SpaceX rockets but it's barely being used
Spaceport America, a 28-square-mile complex in the southern New Mexico desert, was supposed to be rocketing tourists into space. But after the crash in October of Virgin Galactic's spaceship during a test flight, plans for sending tourists into space has been halted for at least a year.
Produced by Jason Gaines. Video courtesy of Associated Press.
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