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No Landing Date Yet for Air Force's Mystery Craft

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. -- A secretive unmanned space plane is staying in orbit a little longer. The experimental Air Force craft has been circling Earth for about nine months. The X-37B orbital test vehicle was due to land in California, but the Air Force said that the mission will be extended. A landing date has not been set. The plane resembles a mini space shuttle and is the second to fly in space. The first one landed itself last December at Vandenberg Air Force Base after more than seven... more


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