NASA does not expect either of its commercial crew contractors—Boeing and SpaceX—to begin flying “fully operational” missions to the International Space Station (ISS) until 2019, and has inked a $373.5 million deal with Boeing that includes options for three more seats on Russia’s Soyuz vehicle to bridge the ...

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