Ukraine, eager to push the commercialization of its Soviet-heritage space industry, will begin bilateral talks with NASA on possible cooperation in civil space exploration, including lightweight radiation shielding and a possible liquid-fuel upper stage for Orbital Sciences Corp.’s Antares launch vehicle. On the heels of the final demonstration flight of Antares, with its Ukrainian-built first stage, the central-European nation is also pursuing possible cooperation with Russia, China and ...
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