NASA has increased funding for the commercial spaceport on its Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, in anticipation of increased activity there as it begins to rely on private-sector transport to the International Space Station. The U.S. space agency will add as much as $43 million to its support to the Virginia Space Flight Authority/Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport through May 3, 2014, for launching small and medium-class missions. One of the first will be the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust ...

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