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“With OTV-1, we proved that unmanned space vehicles can be sent into orbit and safely recovered. With OTV-2, we tested the vehicle design even further by extending the 220-day mission duration of the first vehicle, and testing additional capabilities. We look forward to the second launch of OTV-1 later this year and the opportunity to demonstrate that the X-37B is an affordable space vehicle that can be repeatedly reused.”
Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by Manhater
No, it went "missing" for like two months, in that the usual tracking websites couldn't find it anymore. It landed nicely in December of 2010. That was OTV-1, the first X-37.