Companies bending metal with small NASA economic recovery funding
Using economic stimulus funding from NASA, five U.S. aerospace companies are developing some of the technology needed for commercial human spaceflight even as they await final word from Congress and the White House on just how much support the private space transportation industry will receive. Companies ranging from Boeing to the secretive Blue Origin startup owned by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos are bending metal under the U.S. space agency’s Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) ...
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