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XCOR hi-res images and video for press:

IMAGES:
For editorial use all images must be credited "XCOR Aerospace / Mike Massee"

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The XCOR Lynx Mark I Suborbital Spaceplane with strakes bonded and nose under construction as of May 2015.

The XCOR Lynx Mark I Suborbital Spaceplane with strakes bonded and nose under construction as of May 2015.

XCOR composites technician Andrew Larson delicately trims a piece of carbon fiber sheet in the process of bonding the right strake to the fueselage.

The XCOR Lynx suborbital rocketplane under construction as of December, 2014. Fuselage, cockpit and Carry-through-spar are bonded, propulsion system test-mounted, sans propellant pumps.

The XCOR Lynx suborbital rocketplane under construction as of December, 2014. Fuselage, cockpit and Carry-through-spar are bonded.

The XCOR Lynx suborbital rocketplane under construction as of December, 2014. Carry through spar bonded to fuselage and load tested.

The XCOR-ULA XR-5H25 LOX-Hydrogen Rocket Engine, fed by XCOR's proprietary rocket propellant piston pump technology.

XCOR shop technician Ray Fitting prepares an XCOR LOX pump for mounting on the Lynx propulsion truss.
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The Lynx cockpit, fuselage and strakes are shown at XCOR headquarters in Mojave, CA. - 5616 X 3744

Mark Street literally ‘signs off’ on the cockpit structure before it is permanently mated with the fuselage.
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Engineer Mark Street performs a final check on the cockpit structure that will be hidden by the fuselage once the mating is complete.
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XCOR engineer Brandon Litt inspects the Lynx Mk. I wing spar.- 3146 X 2097

Lynx Main Engine - 5361 x 3201

Lynx Main Engine, Shock Diamonds - 5561 x 3707

Lynx Main Engine - After Inspection - 5491x3660

Lynx with people for scale - 4000 x 2664

Lynx Suborbital Vehicle - 3986 x 2664

Lynx Mk. III Suborbital Vehicle with dorsal pod payload - 3600 x 2892

     

Lynx suborbital vehicle - 3000 x 2000

Lynx main engine test - 5616 x 3744

Lynx main engine test - 6918 x 4612

     

Lynx flight profile - 6000 x 4636

Lynx Cutaway View - 6000 X 4000

Lynx Cutaway View with no labels - 6000 X 4000

     

XCOR chief mechanic Mike Laughlin works on the XCOR XR-5K18 Lynx Main Engine.
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XCOR engineers and shop personnel inspect the Lynx main engine following a succesful test run. 5517 x 3678

The XCOR XR-5M15 LOX-Methane engine is tested at the Moajave Air and Space Port in Mojave, CA.  The engine was completed for ATK and NASA as a lunar asecent engine demonstrator - 5000 x 3332

     

The XCOR XR-5M15 LOX-Methane engine is tested at the Moajave Air and Space Port in Mojave, CA.  The engine was completed for ATK and NASA as a lunar asecent engine demonstrator - 5000 x 3332

XCOR shop mechanic Ray Fitting works on an XCOR designed Lynx rocket propellant piston pump - 4467 x 3692

XCOR CTO and founder Jeff Greason

BROADCAST VIDEO:

Current Shop B-Roll - Lynx fabrication - LARGE FILE - 715 MB
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Lynx main engine test and B-Roll - 114MB
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Lynx Animation - LARGE FILE - 609 MB
M2T HDV 720P MPEG transport stream
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Historical B-Roll - LARGE FILE - 914 MB
M2T 1080i HDV MPEG transport stream

includes footage of EZ-Rocket, Rocket Racer, Methane engine tests and early Lynx engine tests
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