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X-37B Space Plane: Space Force's Record-Setting Orbiter

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The X-37B landed at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida on 12 November after 908 days in orbit. The autonomous craft is operated by the United States Space Force (USSF) It is officially classified and scant details about its purpose or missions are released. Officials say that the latest flight carried a host of scientific experiments.
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US Space Force’s secretive X-37B spacecraft lands after record-breaking flight

The US Space Force doesn't reveal too many details about the Boeing-built X-37B test vehicle and its missions.

3 months ago·India
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X-37B Space Plane: Space Force's Record-Setting Orbiter

The uncrewed spacecraft stays in orbit for months at a time, engaged in a range of experiments.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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Secretive US space plane X-37B lands after record 908 days in orbit

The X-37B has returned to Earth after more than two years in orbit, breaking its previous record – what has it been doing in orbit for so long?

3 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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Boeing's X-37B Military Space Plane Spends Record 908 Days in Orbit

The autonomous orbital test vehicle has now flown over 1.3 billion miles.

3 months ago·United States
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X-37B to return from space after record 908 consecutive days

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3 months ago
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SpaceX Plane X-37B Sets Orbital Record With Sonic Boom

From Titusville to Tampa, people across the state of Florida were awoken early Saturday morning to the sound of the SpaceX plane X-37B returning to Earth after a record-breaking 908 days in orbit.

3 months ago
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