Sierra Nevada Corp. and the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) plan to work together to find potential uses—and alternative launchers—for the U.S. company’s Dream Chaser lifting-body commercial crew and cargo spacecraft. Under a “memorandum of cooperative understanding,” Sierra Nevada and JAXA will study “potential applications of Japanese technologies and the development of mission concepts for the Dream Chaser spacecraft,” the company ...
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