Astronauts test Dream Chaser landing in simulator

05/20/2013 | Washington Post, The

Sierra Nevada's spaceship, the Dream Chaser, is getting a test of its landing capabilities via a flight simulator at NASA facilities in Virginia and through a test craft at a NASA research center in California. The Dream Chaser, which is meant to land like an airplane, is one of several commercial spacecraft in the running to become the taxi service for astronauts flying to and from the International Space Station.

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