NASA is on the verge of releasing a request for information (RFI) from industry on commercial crew vehicles to carry its astronauts to the International Space Station, and wants to work with commercial providers on an “incremental” transition away from government-operated human spaceflight to low Earth orbit. Agency officials said the RFI on non-NASA crew vehicles could come out as early as May 21. Administrator Charles Bolden said during a meeting of the FAA’s Commercial Space ...
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