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The World's First Commercial Space Plane Is (Almost) Ready for Takeoff

  • Sierra Space's uncrewed spaceplane, Tenacity, arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center for its first flight to the International Space Station.
  • The spaceplane and cargo module underwent vibration testing at the Space Environments Complex before heading to Kennedy.
  • The Dream Chaser spaceplane and Shooting Star cargo module will perform at least seven cargo missions to the ISS to expand commercial resupply services in low Earth orbit.
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