LOUISVILLE, Colo. (CBS4)– The wings for the first commercial airplane to travel to space have arrived in Colorado. The Sierra Nevada Corporation is building the Dream Chaser.

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The plane is being built in Louisville. The wings will be attached at a steep angle on the Dream Chaser to act as stabilizers.

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The Dream Chaser is privately owned but NASA has a contract to use the aircraft to resupply the International Space Station.