The Mk II is, as its name suggests, a second iteration of the concept created by Dawn. The Mk I was actually built and flew in May 2018, demonstrating its ability to fire up its rockets during flight after taking off horizontally from a traditionally airstrip. One of the Mk IIs key capabilities is its ability to take off and land at conventional runways, obviating the need for specialized and expensive vertical launch compounds. Dawn Aerospace was founded in Delft, in the Netherlands, with ties...

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