Dream Chaser is not dead according to Sierra Nevada

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The competition heats up: Sierra Nevada plans to continue development of Dream Chaser, including using it to bid on the next round of unmanned cargo missions to ISS.

They also say they are considering protesting the contract awards to SpaceX and Boeing.


One comment

  • Steve C

    I hope someday to see it fly. If they ever get space tourism going, it would be the preferred craft. Would you want to fly Man-in-a-Can or Buck Roger’s spaceship?

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