Take a look behind the scenes at Sierra Nevada Corporation's Dream Chaser shuttle, which they hope will secure a NASA contract and take astronauts into space.
You may have never heard of Sierra Nevada Corporation, but the aerospace company launches something into orbit every two to three weeks.
Their new space craft “Dream Chaser” is hoping to win the NASA competition in order to be able to shuffle humans back and forth to low earth orbit.
Sierra Nevada's Dream Chaser is the only vehicle in the competition to be a lifting body rather than a capsule. The vehicle is the only one in the competition to look like the Space Shuttle that NASA is hoping to replace.
Being is one of the other competitors.
The Dream Chaser will land on a runway rather than in the sea.
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