Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser Debut Slips To 2022

Artist's rendering of Dream Chaser.
Credit: SNC
CAPE CANAVERAL—NASA’s third cargo resupply line to the International Space Station (ISS), operated by privately owned Sierra Nevada Corp., is delaying the debut launch of its reusable winged Dream Chaser spaceplane until 2022 due to COVID-19 pandemic-related work issues, the company said on Nov. 17...

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