LYON, France—As part of the backstage preparation work for the European Space Agency’s (ESA) ministerial meeting next November, Dassault Aviation  wants a large share of the Space Rider program, a reusable spaceplane that may be given the go-ahead. The company has the right skills to design the aerothermodynamic shape of the vehicle, a Dassault expert in space affairs tells Aerospace DAILY. Moreover, it is promoting the idea of a follow-on commercial vehicle, with dual ...

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