Sierra Nevada Corp. will join incumbents Orbital ATK and SpaceX in NASA’s $14 billion second-round contract to deliver cargo to the International Space Station (ISS), bringing low-g runway landings and quick payload recovery with a lifting body to the U.S. stable of commercial cargo ...


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