Initiatives to merge the International Space Station with more world-wide commercial space activity are being accelerated by NASA, Boeing and the international station partners as the program faces growing criticism in the U.S. about cost and schedule. Boeing and NASA are starting a new series of meetings with global aerospace companies and officials from Europe, Japan and Canada to secure more commercial space support for the station. ``There are a lot of international ...
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