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U.S. military space plane lands, ending record-breaking mission

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The X-37B space plane landed Nov. 12 at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida, at 5:22 a.m. Eastern. It set a new endurance record after spending 908 days on orbit. Its previous record was 780 days. This was the sixth mission of the crewless reusable plane.
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Boeing X-37B reusable space plane returns to Earth after a record 908 days in orbit

The Boeing X-37B reusable space plane returned to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida Saturday morning after a record 908 days in orbit around the planet.

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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U.S. military space plane lands, ending record-breaking mission

The U.S. military's X-37B space plane finally came back to Earth on Saturday after spending 908 days in orbit.

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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US military's X-37B space plane lands, ending record-breaking mystery mission

The space plane touched down at NASA's Kennedy Space Center today (Nov. 12) after 908 days in orbit — more than four months longer than any previous X-37B flight.

3 months ago·United States
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X-37B space plane completes its sixth mission, lands after nearly 30 months in orbit

The X-37B space plane operated by the U.S. Space Force landed Nov. 12 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida, setting a new endurance record

3 months ago·Mojave, United States
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Boeing-built X-37B space plane lands after completing record 908-day orbital mission

The U.S. Space Force's Boeing-built X-37B space plane completed a record-setting 908-day experimental mission with a Florida landing.

3 months ago·Seattle, United States
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X-37B space plane lands, ending record-breaking mystery mission › Geeky News

The record-breaking sixth mission of the American X-37B military space plane has finally been completed. The robotic X-37B landed at NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida today (November 12) at 5:22 am EST (1022 GMT). The winged vehicle spent 908 days in orbit, more than four months longer than any previous X-37B flight. The

3 months ago
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