Sierra Space, a commercial space company focused on space transportation and infrastructure for low-Earth orbit (LEO) commercialization, and Spaceport America have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The agreement adds the New Mexico spaceport to Sierra Space’s portfolio of potential global landing sites for its Dream Chaser, the winged commercial spaceplane. Spaceport America, located in southern New Mexico, is the most recent addition to a growing list of compatible runways worldwide where the Dream Chaser could land, including the Shuttle Landing Facility (SLF) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and airports and landing sites in Huntsville, Alabama, Oita Airport, Japan,
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