HOUSTON – NASA’s Commercial Crew Program will offer efficiencies on at least three fronts – a lower cost per seat than the agency is currently paying Russia to transport astronauts to the International Space Station; enough men and women in orbit to double the time currently devoted to research; and more budget room to pursue the nation’s human deep space ambitions – under the planning outlined by agency officials and partners Boeing and SpaceX on Jan. ...

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