The crewed version of the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has completed primary and secondary safety and operational design review requirements outlined under the company’s Commercial Crew Development (CCDev) Round 2 agreement with NASA, the space agency and Hawthorne, Calif.-based commercial space transportation company announced July 12. The milestone completes nine of 10 requirements spelled out in NASA’s $75 million April 2011 agreement with SpaceX to focus development on an integrated ...

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