The US Air Force's experimental X-37B space plane is off on its travels again, blasting off from Cape Canaveral yesterday atop an Atlas V rocket.
British engineers have completed a series of critical tests on the key technology for Sabre, an engine which will enable aircraft to reach the opposite side of the world in under four hours.
After a record-breaking 15-month secret mission, the US Air Force's X-37 B robotic space plane has touched down at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
After nearly thirty years on the drawing board, a revolutionary British spaceplane has received approval for the next stage of development.
The US Air Force will today launch its second X-37B spaceplane from Cape Canveral to intesnse interest from Russia and China, which are suspicious about its secret payload.
The US Air Force's top-secret X-37B spacecraft is set to land sometime in the next few days at the Vandenberg Air Force Base.