NASA has awarded Lockheed Martin a six-month, $13-million contract extension for the integration of International Space Station cargo onboard the space shuttle, as well as deliveries using Russian, European and Japanese craft. The extension through March 2011 raises the value of Lockheed Martin’s Space Station Cargo Mission Services Contract, initially awarded on Nov. 5, 2003, to $405 million, according to an Oct. 4 announcement from NASA. The extension period accommodates NASA’s final ...
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