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The U.S. Air Force said late Nov. 30 that its first X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle, in orbit since April, is slated to land Dec. 3-6, depending on technical and weather conditions.
“Preparations for the first landing of the X-37B are under way at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California,” according to a USAF statement. The 30th Space Wing will monitor the de-orbit and landing of the first X-37B, called OTV-1.
Vandenberg says the exact landing date and time will depend on the weather. But, they say they expect the vehicle to land at the base between Friday, December 3rd and Monday, December 6th.