Dream Chaser Space Plane could be used as a Rapid Response Military Transport

Dream Chaser Space Plane could be used as a Rapid Response Military Transport

Stuart GaryStuart GaryHost
Alex Zaharov-ReuttAlex Zaharov-ReuttGuest
SpaceTime Series 25 Episode 99
*Dream Chaser space plane could be used as a rapid response military transport
Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser space plane will now begin flying cargo to the International Space Station for NASA in February 2023 instead of the 2022 launch date originally planned.
*Ariane 6 launchpad testing
Development and testing of the European Space Agency’s new Ariane 6 launch vehicle is now underway at the Kourou Space Port in French Guyana.
*Ariane 5 undertakes one of its final launches
The European Space Agency has witnessed one of the final launches of its Ariane 5 workhorse rocket taking telecommunications satellite into geostationary orbit.
*Rocket Lab begins preparations for reusable launch vehicles
Rocket Lab has begun preparations for reusable launch vehicles by successfully testing a used but refurbished Electron Rutherford core stage engine for the first time.
*The Science Report
The Lancet Commission says an estimated 17.9 million people have died from COVID-19.
A new study confirms taking aspirin has an overall positive effect on survival for people with cancer.
Scientists uncover fossils from an ancient Giant Panda the roamed Europe 6 million years ago.
Alex on Tech iOS 16 update released
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