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  • Sierra Nevada partners with German Aerospace Center to develop Dream Chaser

    Collin SkocikApril 19th, 2015

    Although the versatile Dream Chaser spacecraft, developed by Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC ) Space Systems, was rejected by NASA under the U.S. space agency’s Commercial Crew Program, the company is proceeding with the development of its ambitious mini shuttle by joining with Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR ), the German Aerospace Center.

  • Sierra Nevada and Craig Technologies announce collaboration on Dream Chaser space plane

    Jason RhianJune 13th, 2014

    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla — Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) along with Craig Technologies announced on Thursday, June 12 that Craig would join SNC’s efforts to produce the Dream Chaser® space plane for NASA’s Commercial Crew Program (CCP ). The announcement was made at Craig Technologies’ Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Center (ADMC) located in Cape Canaveral. Through […]

  • NASA’s commercial partners make strides toward launching astronauts

    Collin SkocikMarch 2nd, 2014

    With escalating tensions in the Ukraine damaging U.S.-Russian relations and possibly jeopardizing American access to the International Space Station (ISS), recent accomplishments suggest NASA’s dependence on Soyuz-access to the ISS might be drawing to a close. NASA’s private partners under the space agency’s Commercial Crew Program (CCP) have made steady progress toward being able to send astronauts to […]