Dream Chaser space plane arrives in Florida ahead of 1st launch to ISS (photo)

The first Dream Chaser space plane has reached Florida’s Space Coast to get ready for its upcoming liftoff.

The robotic Dream Chaser, which is built by Colorado company Sierra Space, arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on Saturday (May 18) for final testing and processing ahead of its first-ever cargo flight to the International Space Station (ISS). The space plane is called “Tenacity” and, paired with the cargo module “Shooting Star,” will furnish supplies to the ISS in the near future.


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