Hoping to take advantage of its new, decade-long plan for International Space Station operations, NASA is polling industry and others for ideas on how to expand the commercial use of the orbiting outpost and begin work on commercial follow-ons to it. A request for information (RFI) issued April 28 seeks input on developing a “private system in low Earth orbit” and “crew transportation to enable commercial activities aboard the station beyond NASA requirements.” Also ...
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