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US Air Force’s X-37B Space Plane Surpasses 700 Days In Orbit

20 April 2017
The Daily Mail reports that the US Air Force’s X-37B reached a record 700 days in orbit this week. The Air Force has not disclosed any further details of the X-37B’s current flight or plans for landing, although Space.com recently reported that the plane could land at the Shuttle Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center (KSC). An Air Force spokeswoman said that the “landing date will be determined based on the completion of the program’s on-orbit demonstrations and objectives for this mission,” and that while the plane “has the capability to land at either KSC or Vandenberg [AFB], the landing location is determined by a variety of factors.” (Image Credit: USAF)
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