SAN DIEGO — XCOR Aerospace is placing orders for long-lead structural parts for the airframe of the Lynx suborbital spacecraft and expects to finalize the aerodynamic design following a final wind-tunnel campaign starting next week. “The engines are firing, the pumps are in house and over the course of next year we will integrate the pumps into the engine, and integrate the engine onto the airframe,” says XCOR CEO Jeff Greason. Speaking at the American Institute of Aeronautics and ...


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