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Virgin Orbit lands in Times Square NYC to ring NASDAQ bell


NEW YORK — Another sort of countdown hit New York City’s Times Square Friday (Jan. 7) as a industrial spaceflight firm celebrated becoming a member of the NASDAQ inventory trade.

Virgin Orbit, the satellite-launching firm based by Richard Branson, introduced considered one of its 70-foot-long (21 meters) rocket, LauncherOne, to Times Square amid New York City’s first sizeable snow of the 12 months. Company leaders rang the opening bell of the NASDAQ trade situated close by, commemorating that Virgin Orbit became publicly traded on the trade on Dec. 30.





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