SpaceX successfully launched the Orbital Test Vehicle 5 (OTV-5) payload, from Kennedy Space Center .
The Air Force’s X-37B unmanned shadowy mini-Space Shuttle, will spent 500 days traveling around our planet at the end of the month, in a secret mission.
The U.S.’s first unmanned re-entry spacecraft landed at an airfield today, seven months after it was launched.
America’s first reusable unmanned spaceplane, the X-37B, made its inaugural trip to orbit in April, completing more than a decade of work by NASA and
SpaceX is sending to orbit for the first time the X-37B, the super secret US Air Force spaceplane.
The Secret unmanned X-37B Air Force Space Plane, on its next fly on May 20, will try an experimental propulsion system, a Hall thruster.
The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle, the unmanned – reusable Air Force’s top-secret space plane, landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base after completing 674 days in space.
Designed to be launched like a satellite and land like an airplane, the second X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle, built by Boeing for the United States