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DragonFly

DragonFly may refer to:

  • DragonFly BSD, a free Unix-like operating system
  • DragonFly (rocket), a prototype reusable launch vehicle to test propulsive landings of the SpaceX Dragon space capsule.
  • DragonFly (spacecraft), a proposed asteroid prospecting spacecraft to be designed and built by Deep Space Industries

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