A Lockheed Martin cargo vehicle, consisting of a reusable tug called Jupiter and a cargo module called Exoliner, berths with the International Space Station in this illustration. Credit: Lockheed Martin
The in-orbit separation of SNC's Dream Chaser Spacecraft from its cargo module is shown in this illustration. Credit: Sierra Nevada Corp.
Dream Chaser engineering test
Falcon 9 rocket
Dream Chaser at Huntsville airport
Orbital ATK JPSS
Dream Chaser prototype
Dragon V2 pad abort vehicle
Dream Chaser cargo at ISS
SpaceX Dragon 2 (left) and Boeing CST-100 capsules. Credit: SpaceX artist's concept and Boeing
SNC team members check the company's Dream Chaser flight vehicle systems following a 60 mph tow test on taxi and runways at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California.  Credit: NASA
SNC Dream Chaser
CST-100 approaching ISS
STPSat-5. Credit: SNC

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