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The Air Force’s mysterious spy spaceplane, the X-37B, has just made a remarkable achievement when it returned to Earth after spending more than two years in orbit - breaking its own endurance record. Although the X-37B’s mission is unknown, the Air Force does confirm that the spaceplane carried a small number of satellites into space during its most recent mission. Launched on September 7th, 2017, the aircraft spent a whopping 780 days in orbit, surpassing its previous flight record of 718 days. Resembling a mini space shuttle, the X-37B is known to test technologies and experiments meant to last long periods in outer space. 🚀#SpaceTravel - - - - - #X37B #spaceplane #space #outerspace #spaceexploration #tech #technology #future #futuristic #innovate #innovationnews #news #science #sciencenews #sciencechannel #futurelife #plane #aviation #airforce #spaceshuttle #spacex #experiment

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Were there people on board?