An unmanned X-37B space plane landed Sunday at Cape Canaveral, Florida, after 780 days in orbit.
The mission launched on a SpaceX rocket on Sept. 7, 2017.
Live Science reports the plane is part of the Air Force’s mini-shuttle fleet, and broke the previous record of 718 days in orbit by another X-37B
The solar-powered space planes were built by Boeing and feature a miniature payload bay to host experiments or smaller satellites, Live Science reports. They were originally designed to spend up to 240 days in orbit.