Friday, 24 August 2012

SpaceX Dragon cleared for cargo run in October

The age of commercial space flight starts this autumn. In October, SpaceX’s Dragon space freighter will make its first scheduled commercial visit to the International Space Station (ISS). On Thursday, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden announced at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida that Dragon had completed its certification under the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) program and was cleared for commercial operation. Holder also announced that Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Dream Chaser manned spacecraft has passed its program implementation plan review and will go on to further development. Read More

1 comment:

Trey Gorden said...

When I first saw this post, I misread the word "Dragon" as "Dagon." Talk about a terrible name for a spacecraft!