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    NASA has recently invested $212 million in Dream Chaser, a lifting body spacecraft project by Sierra Nevada Corporation. The space shuttle launch is scheduled to go into orbit by 2015 on top of an Atlas V rocket. The approach and landing drop tests will be conducted later this year. Being based on NASA’s HL-20 lifting body concept vehicle from the 1980s, Dream Chaser shares a similar operating principle, but is much smaller.

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    Sierra Nevada Corp.’s Dream Chaser space shuttle is designed to land on an ordinary landing strip when it returns to Earth after delivering astronauts to the ISS. The shuttle will be mounted atop an Atlas V booster rocket from United Launch Alliance, a joint venture owned by aircraft titans Lockheed Martin and Boeing. The powerful Atlas V has an enviable perfect track record in unmanned launches and could be approved for manned missions as early as 2015

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    This week on Top 10 Tech we bring you exquisite speakers, high-tech sneakers and conveyor-belt creepers, all of them flaunting the latest technology that just might make your ja...

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    "Star Wars" Force Glove Lets You Move Objects Without Touching < Can it do housework too?

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