Shuttles Bar & Grill, a once-popular roadside diner a few miles south of the Kennedy Space Center, is shuttered, and a “For Rent” sign is taped to the window of a bagel shop that used to serve space center workers an early bird breakfast.
But a year after the United States ended NASA’s space shuttle program, crippling communities around Cape Canaveral that had grown dependent on government contracts, private spaceflight and other ventures are starting to fill the void.
Titusville, Florida, which bore the brunt of the layoff tsunami following the shuttles’ retirement, this month landed Utah-based Rocket Crafters, which plans one day to fly Supersonic passenger space planes around the globe.
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