Mission Operations, one of NASA’s most storied institutions, is testing the commercial waters with a proposal to partner with space transportation companies and possibly other nations for the use of Mission Control as well as the agency’s human spaceflight planning and training expertise at Johnson Space Center to help expand the U.S. economic sphere. In return, NASA would leverage the earnings from the agency’s new commercial and international partnerships to preserve its traditional ...
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