NASA Hires Sierra Nevada's "Dream Chaser" For Future Missions

Kauh, Elaine
January 2016
AVweb;1/15/2016, Vol. 23 Issue 2b, p1
The article reports that Sierra Nevada Corp., which has developed a reusable, runway-landing space vehicle, will join SpaceX and Orbital ATK in the next cycle of NASA missions to the International Space Station.


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