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Gallery: Artifacts of the DC-X Reusable Rocket Prototype

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DC-X Fixed in Space History

Credit: New Mexico Museum of Space History
Twenty years after it made its first flight, the Delta Clipper Experimental, or DC-X, is getting its day in a museum. An exhibit on the reusable rocket…Read More »





prototype called DC-X SpaceQuest is being prepared at the New Mexico Museum of Space History in Alamogordo. This photo montage shows how the DC-X reusable rocket prototype launched and landed vertically during trials in 1993.   Less «
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