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It's Baaack! XB-37B Finally Lands 123

Posted by timothy
from the ready-for-a-nice-classified-nap dept.
ColdWetDog writes "The US Air Force / DARPA 'baby shuttle,' the Boeing-built XB-37B has just landed after 469 days in orbit. No official explanation of why controllers kept the mission going past the original duration of 270 days other than 'because we could.' I, for one, welcome our long duration, unmanned orbital overlords."
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It's Baaack! XB-37B Finally Lands

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