Model of the Sierra Nevada Dream Chaser, offered as a global “space utility vehicle” after being rejected by NASA as a crew transport to the ISS
Models of Canada’s planned Radarsat Constellation Mission, three Synthetic Aperture Radar satellites spaced around a single orbit
Next-generation Canadarm robot, a candidate for NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission, an outpost at the Earth-Moon L2 point, or other applications
Model of Reaction Engines' Sabre “Synergetic Air Breathing Rocket Engine” concept
Two views of a cutaway model of Boeing’s planned CST-100 capsule, one of the winners in NASA’s commercial crew competition
Model of Ukrainian Sich-2 Earth-observation spacecraft, developed by the Yuzhnoye design bureau
Models of Yuzhnoye launch vehicles, from left Antares, Sea Launch Zenit and next-generation Mayak concept
A model of the International Space Station hanging over the Boeing booth
Mockup of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute’s Korea Multi-Purpose Satellite-3 (Kompsat-3) at the KARI booth
Full-size inflatable model of the Lockheed Martin Orion crew exploration vehicle
Model of the Unmanned Launch Vehicle proposed by the Italian Aerospace Research Center (CIRA), a 1,500-kg. spaceplane designed to launch on a Vega
Model of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) solid-fuel Epsilon Launch Vehicle
Models of China’s Chang-e-3 lunar lander and rover at the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. booth
Model of the Tiangong-1 mini-space station docked to the Shenzhou 10 crew vehicle
Models of China’s Long March 3B (left) and planned Long March 5 launch vehicles
Israel Aerospace Industries booth, with models of the TECSAR synthetic aperture radar satellite (right) and the Optsat 3000 Earth-observation satellite
Frank Morring took these photos on the floor of this year's IAC in Toronto.
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