Work on the International Space Station is gathering steam under its new management structure, according to program managers at prime contractor Boeing and its major subcontractors, who say morale and enthusiasm among the 4,200 contractor personnel on the project grows with each additional pound of metal bent. By the end of the summer Boeing alone will have built almost 41,000 pounds of Station hardware, both pressurized aluminum modules where the Station crew will work and the ...

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