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SKYLON - Britain's Unmanned Spaceplane
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SKYLON - Britain's Unmanned Spaceplane
SKYLON is an unmanned, reusable, aircraft-style vehicle that should be capable of transporting up to 12 tonnes of cargo into space. In the atmosphere it uses jet engines, in space it uses rockets.

This unpiloted space plane is being developed by Reaction Engines Ltd (REL).

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Posted by Skywalker on June 20, 2011
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