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Watch NASA’s Morpheus take to the air – then make a smooth landing

25
Apr
2014

NASAs Morpheus lander has gone a long way since it crashed and burned in 2012. The agencys vertical landing and takeoff test vehicle now has a number of successful flights under its belt, including one thats just concluded at the Kennedy Space Center. On this most recent flight, the lander easily traversed 1,300 feet at a speed of 36mph for 98 seconds, proving that it has a future in delivering cargo to space.

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