Arizona grassland may be landing site for reusable spacecraft

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Arizona grassland may be landing site for reusable spacecraft

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Boeing tests the launch abort system of the Starliner capsule in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on Nov. 4. The capsule carried no astronauts, just a test dummy.
The Starliner capsule rests on the ground after a test of Boeing’s crew capsule’s launch abort system in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on Nov. 4. The capsule carried no astronauts, just a test dummy.
Parachutes guide the Starliner capsule to the ground after a test of Boeing’s crew capsule’s launch abort system in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on Nov. 4. The capsule carried no astronauts, just a test dummy.

Arizona grassland may be landing site for reusable spacecraft

Boeing tests the launch abort system of the Starliner capsule in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on Nov. 4. The capsule carried no astronauts, just a test dummy.
The Starliner capsule rests on the ground after a test of Boeing’s crew capsule’s launch abort system in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on Nov. 4. The capsule carried no astronauts, just a test dummy.
Parachutes guide the Starliner capsule to the ground after a test of Boeing’s crew capsule’s launch abort system in White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico on Nov. 4. The capsule carried no astronauts, just a test dummy.
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