NASA-backed commercial cargo vehicles are likely, but crew flights remain a question
NASA is gearing up to release $50 million in economic stimulus money to fund technology development for commercial crew transport to the International Space Station and any other low-Earth-orbit (LEO) destinations that may show up. Announcement of Space Act agreements under the agency’s Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) effort could come as early as this week, and may even present an opportunity to see how President Barack Obama wants to proceed in human spaceflight. At the top of ...
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