After years of testing, Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser cargo spacecraft has a launch window. NASA has given the go-ahead to the vehicle’s first mission, which is now slated for late 2020. Appropriately, it’s a straightforward resupply trip for the International Space Station. The company received the all-clear after hitting a slew of key NASA-approved design milestones.
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