Contractors hoping to cash in on NASA ’s plans to buy seats for its astronauts on commercial crew vehicles bound to the International Space Station will have to convince the space agency that their spacecraft are safe as they work to finish developing them. Under a two-phase process, companies will bid for government contracts to supply data for human spaceflight certification in parallel with their development. The request for proposals for the first phase went out Sept. 12, with awards ...
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