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XCOR builds rocket powered spacecraft and the engines that drive them. We are focused on the research, development and production of safe, reliable, reusable launch vehicles (RLVs), rocket engines and rocket propulsion systems. XCOR is now in the phased development of its next generation vehicle, Lynx. In addition to taking a pilot and one spaceflight participant to the edge of space, the vehicle will provide affordable suborbital launch services to academic, scientific, engineering, and observation-related markets.

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Delta | October 26, 2020

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