SpaceX mission to the ISS is one giant leap—for businessmen, at least
One thing has been made certain by the mission launched last week to the International Space Station (ISS) by Space Exploration Technologies Inc.: governments now have someone else they can call to send their cargo into space. The demonstration of Dragon's capabilities since its May 22 launch make clear that cargo transport to the ISS can be viably outsourced to at least one commercial player. Space Exploration Technologies' (SpaceX) accomplishment reverberated from Cape Canaveral ...
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