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Sierra Nevada Corporation
We are thrilled to share we have selected to be the launch provider for our Dream Chaser® spacecraft’s six missions to the ! The Dream Chaser will launch aboard ULA’s rockets for its cargo resupply missions starting in 2021.
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🔺JASON🔺 Aug 14
Congratulations on a good choice
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MrvlKnightsBard Aug 14
How did you come up with The Name Vulcan
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Eric Skytte Aug 14
Will both the crew and cargo vehicles be launched within a fairing cover or will astronauts have a view?
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Glenn R. Frank Aug 14
When would Vulcan be human rated for a potential manned Dreamchaser launch?
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Matěj Spurný Aug 14
Good afternoon from Czech Republic, Will Dream Chaser transport crews, supplies or can transport some scientific cargo to? And how much can Dream Chaser carry? Thank you
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sam hurwitz Aug 14
Will dream chaser still do ISS boost?
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Belous Aug 14
Do you consider to use Dream Chaser for space tourism purposes?
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Belous Aug 14
Will it be possible to launch Dream Chaser using Vulcan Rocket in a partially reusable configuration?
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Travis Housman Aug 14
You chose the best launch team in the world 🇺🇸
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Jonathan Aug 14
Is this like Bill Cosby being America's Dad?
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Adrian Ruiz Aug 14
From what I've heard, Dreamchaser itself is not to launch people for some time, just cargo. Vulcan however is being built with human rating in mind from the get go as it will take over Starliner launches once it becomes operational.
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Glenn R. Frank Aug 14
Right. But dream chaser was originally developed to have crew and Sierra Nevada has stated that they would someday like to make it human capible again
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Soumou Jean Roma Aug 14
Nasa ya une de tes Éléments que j’ai vue aujourd’hui dans le social avec son casque ⛑ 😲, Dette Billions :)))
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Space St. Croix Aug 14
Big news!!
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Hector Rivera Vidales Aug 14
How many times will you be able to reuse the same spacecraft?
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EARTHMADE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DELIVERY Aug 14
WILL YOU BE ABLE TO RECOVER ALL LAUNCH MATERIAL SHEDDING, FOR REUSE? IT WOULD BE FANTASTIC IF THERE WAS ZERO WASTE, AT ANY DEGREE OF THE LAUNCH, ORBIT, RE-ENTRY.
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#ClinicalTrialPatient🙂💉💪#Nickname #Stemmy🙏✌️❤️ Aug 14
🙏✌️❤️💪🕰
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Captain Hendrik Aug 14
Launch cost per flight?
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