An experiment-carrier system for the XCOR Aerospace Lynx spaceplane has been delivered to the company’s Mojave, Calif., facility and will be available for the two-seat vehicle’s upcoming flight test program later this year. Built by faculty and students at Texas A&M University’s Engineering Experiment Station, the Lynx Cub Carrier will ride behind the pilot’s seat in the pressurized cockpit, which has also been delivered to Mojave. The carrier will provide ...
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