California’s Relativity Aerospace to invest $59-million in project
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They may design new rockets to reach outer space in California, but when it comes to building and testing them, the Gulf South is the region to get the job done.
Relavtity Aerospace is poised to pump $59-million dollars into expanding a test facility at NASA Stennis Space Center. The investment will bring more than a hundred new jobs to the region. State and local governments are likely to give Relativity more than $4.7 million in aid and tax breaks over the next 10 years as part of the deal.