The Lynx Wind Tunnel Model with Control Surfaces
The Lynx wind tunnel model with complete set of control surfaces
Lynx Model Group
XCOR Aerospace employees study the Lynx spacecraft model.
XCOR 5K18 Engine Testing
5K18 engine testing for the Lynx spacecraft continues through winter and spring in the High Desert. Image released March 24, 2009.
XCOR Unveils New Suborbital Rocketship
An artist's rendition of XCOR Aerospace's Lynx space plane high above the Earth. Roughly the size of a small private airplane, the craft is designed to make several flights a day into a zero-gravity environment.
XCOR Aerospace Lynx Spacecraft With Payload
XCOR Aerospace's Lynx spacecraft is shown launching into space with a science payload on its dorsal side in this artist's illustration.
XCOR - Flight of the Lynx
Still from animation shows a typical sub-orbital mission of XCOR's tourist-class vehicle.
Methane Rocket Engine Successfully Tested
XCOR's methane rocket successfully passing a test in the Mojave Desert. The technology could make planets and moons into space-based refueling stations.
XCOR Aerospace Lynx Space Plane: Science Payload Diagram
This diagram from XCOR Aerospace shows where science payloads will be placed on its Lynx space plane during suborbital spaceflights.
Private Spaceflight: Shifting into Fast Forward
XCOR Aerospace is making progress in putting together its suborbital business plans. The group is also engaged in future rocket races based on their EZ-Rocket design. Image
XCOR Aerospace CEO Jeff Greason
XCOR Aerospace CEO Jeff Greason.