Four years ago the first test flight of the Dream Chaser spaceplane ended in failure: in the moment of landing, not dilated chassis. Since then, the reusable spacecraft has undergone a full refurbishment and Saturday November 11 successfully landed at the research center NASA them. Armstrong in California, fully completing the test flight.
The Dream Chaser spaceplane developed by the Sierra Nevada Corporation specifically to supply the ISS. While it is the only machine that after executing a space mission can land on the runway, including the runway of a major international airport.
It is expected that after a series of tests Dream Chaser will start regular flights to the ISS in late 2019.
Source — NASA