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SpaceGuild

 

In 1989, in order to continue his quest for superior space transportation, Max became a founder and President/CEO of SpaceGuild, Inc. 

He was instrumental in starting the SDIO Single-Stage-To-Orbit program in 1990 and worked closely with McDonnell Douglas Delta Clipper team.  The Delta Clipper DC-X first flew on August 18, 1993 at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico.

 

 

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Related Publications:
(Contact us to purchase any of these in PDF or printed format)

“The SpaceGuild Plan”
San Carlos, CA May 17, 1989
MHFG1

 

“SpaceGuild Related Activities”
San Carlos, CA May 17, 1989
MHFG2

 

“The Rationale for SpaceGuild”
San Carlos, CA Feb 12, 1990
MHFG3

 

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The mission of the Maxwell W. Hunter Foundation is to support secondary-level aeronautical engineering curriculum in the United States while inspiring America's youth to consider careers in aeronautical engineering.

The Foundation also provides insight into America's golden age of space exploration by following the five-decade journey of legendary aerodynamicist and space visionary Max Hunter.

Phone: 818.380.3058

information@maxwellhunter.com