One of the private space companies is working in space commercial spaces and in the Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) that is being uploaded to the ISS. The spacecraft that SNC has been using for years is called "Dream Chaser" and looks like a smaller space shuttle.
Dream Chaser has set its first mission for 2020, and before the mission, the company announces that the last Commercial Reform has exceeded the final contract of Service 2 Contract. This means that this spacecraft can be moved to large-scale production.
In the end, Dream Chaser will send it to the ISS. Dream Chaser was originally a NASA commercial vehicle concept concept, but NASA chose jointly SpaceX and Boeing bids. In the version of the cargo ship, the spacecraft fists the wings and translates 12,000 kilos of cargo into space and returns more than 4,000 pounds.
SNC was awarded a commercial traffic contract, guaranteeing at least six missions with ISS. SpaceX and Orbital ATK have similar contracts. Large components of the Dream Chaser spacecraft have already been produced and tested.
SNC says it is expected that the first release and testing of Dream Chaser will be released next October. NASA's private cargo and crew companies all reduce the cost of space missions.