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Sundancer was the name of a future inhabitable inflatable space station, the successor to Genesis-1 and 2, developed by Bigelow Aerospace, the American Robert Bigelow's business.

The module would have provided a 180 m³ space fully equipped for life support, attitude control, orbital manoeuvres and orbital boost. There would have been three portholes and it was announced that it would be ready to receive a crew of three people by 2009-10. However, after a succession of postponements, the project was cancelled and has now been replaced by BA 330, to be launched in 2014 or 2015.


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