The HL-20 Dream Chaser was imagined by Colorado’s Sierra Nevada Corporation as a way to shuttle astronauts efficiently and economically to the International Space Station. Capable of free flight after a vertical launch atop an Atlas V rocket and with groundbreaking safety features, the Dream Chaser is cutting edge in the world of low-Earth orbit space travel. The example on display is a mockup put together by NASA and Sierra Nevada Corporation to show the approximate size and shape, of the finished product.
Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum features more than 50 aircraft and space vehicles. Visit us to see the full collection.