The first Scotsman in space — David Mackay

The first Scotsman in space was the chief pilot of the billionaire Richard Branson rocket mission, 61-year-old David Mackay of Helmsdale, who brought back Sutherland a stone on a historic flight. he illustrated the possibilities of space test flights and space vacations at the local The Timespan museum, providing inspiration for The Timespan museum hopes that the unparalleled beauty of space will be made available to everyone in the world. He has flown more than 140 types of aircraft and has approximately 14,000 hours of flying experience, a remarkable performance that has shocked us all.

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