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Iceland delaying biggest rocket launch from Europe with bureaucracy, start-up claims

U.K. rocket start-up Skyrora claims that Europe’s largest-ever rocket launch is being held up by bureaucratic obstacles in Iceland’s spaceflight licensing process.

The rocket firm, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, says that their suborbital launcher Skylark L has been prepared to lift-off from a mobile spaceport the company constructed in Husavik, on the northern coast of Iceland, since September 2021. But delays in the licensing process mean the rocket is still waiting to launch. 

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