Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Dream Chaser: Space aircraft that could supply NASA lunar space station

Must Read

SpaceX to Test Practice Run for the Astronauts

The SpaceX sets the stage for the astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to rehearse on Friday. SpaceX raises...

Iran’s missile attack injures the US Army. Pentagon claimed no casualty initially

As per the latest reports, several US army personnel face injuries from Iran’s missile attack. Iran attacks with missiles...

Scientists Built a Rover to Explore the Ocean Across the Solar System

Since the evolution of Mankind, the species desperately searching for another life source, apart from its home planet. As...
Nick Nesser
Nick Nesser
Born in Florida, brought up in New York, Nick Nesser is known as the best author for the Space section of The News Recorder. Also, he is best known for his research on astronomy and his love for the satellites.

The development of the ‘Dream Chaser’ is in progress by the SNC (Sierra Nevada Corporation). Dream Chaser is a reusable spacecraft that is designed to ferry cargo to the International Space Station and then to bring it back to earth. The Dream Chaser spacecraft makes a landing on a runway like a Space Shuttle. Today in Florida, at a Press event at Kennedy Space Center, the company revealed about the Dream Chaser.  

More about the Spacecraft ‘Dream Chaser’

Dream Chaser is a full-scale model on-site that is ejectable, disposable, and secondary cargo vehicles. This vehicle could itself dock with the ISS while in orbit. Dream Chaser could take on waste cargo from the station, and then the spaceship does a controlled de-orbit to burn up in the atmosphere so that nothing is left behind. The Dream Chaser is a versatile spaceship that includes extended vehicle’s mission capabilities with safe disposal of material. 

The Space ship is not only designed to take the waste and the disposal of the waste; it also includes the capability of reaching and resupplying the Lunar Gateway that is the moon-orbiting space station. A satellite bus attachment to the spacecraft is a must to make the trip happy. Dream Chaser will also be able to participate in a more involved way in NASA’s Artemis program. 

The designs of the Dream Chaser improve its capacity to become an orbital satellite. The Dream Chaser is designed in such a way that it allows an inflatable module to be attached to it due to which it could convert into a high payload and power-capacity orbital platform. But currently, the Dream Chaser spacecraft is under construction, but the company is targeting to launch its first mission for the year 2021. 

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Latest News

SpaceX to Test Practice Run for the Astronauts

The SpaceX sets the stage for the astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to rehearse on Friday. SpaceX raises...

Iran’s missile attack injures the US Army. Pentagon claimed no casualty initially

As per the latest reports, several US army personnel face injuries from Iran’s missile attack. Iran attacks with missiles on the Al-Asad airbase in...

Scientists Built a Rover to Explore the Ocean Across the Solar System

Since the evolution of Mankind, the species desperately searching for another life source, apart from its home planet. As on earth, life started from...

Solar System Enclosed with a Wall of Fire: Scientists Confirm

When human beings claim that they know everything about the universe, the universe decides to give us a surprise. In a recent discovery, scientists...

Fear of Norovirus outbreak, Colorado School district gets shuts

In the recent major fear of an outbreak of a deadly virus, it is seen that Colorado school district is now being shut. All...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -