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Voyage to the #EdgeofSpace. Embark on a life-changing travel experience.

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Venture capital (Series B)
$15,000,000
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GeekWire

World View completes five-day test flight for ‘Stratollite’ high-altitude balloon

Space Flying
Wired UK

World View's sky-high launch is a big deal for the new space age

Space Flying
TechCrunch

World View successfully launches its first stratollite from its Tucson HQ

Space Flying
TechCrunch

World View’s stratospheric balloon spends a record 27 hours in flight

Space Flying Technology
TechCrunch , GeekWire

World View’s stratollite brought a KFC chicken sandwich to the edge of space

Food & Beverage Space
Ars Technica , The Verge , GeekWire , +1

They didn’t invent the chicken sandwich, they’re just sending one to space

Robotics Space Flying
TechCrunch

Watch World View explain its unique approach to space business and tourism

Robotics
TechCrunch

World View opens its first spaceport

Space
The Verge

Inside World View, the company that wants to take you into the stratosphere with a balloon

Robotics Space Flying
TechCrunch , GeekWire

World View’s ‘stratollites’ and new spaceport aim to change the business of space

GeekWire

Judge voids Arizona county’s development deal for World View’s strato-balloon base

GeekWire

World View stratospheric flight company settles into Spaceport Tucson, just in time

Space
GeekWire , TechCrunch

World View pivots from stratospheric tourism to ‘Stratollites’ lofted by balloons

Space Flying
$15,000,000 Venture capital (Series B)
TechCrunch , FinSMEs

World View lands $15 million Series B to bring new stratosphere-flying platform to life

Flying
GeekWire

World View strato-balloon venture picks chief pilot

Space
GeekWire , TechCrunch

Ride a balloon to space? $15M deal gives a lift to World View spaceport in Tucson

Space Flying
Business Insider

'Edge of space' tourism company World View just flew a balloon two times higher than we ever have before