Four U.S. companies selected from an initial field of 18 will get easier access to NASA resources under unfunded Space Act agreements designed to smooth the path for development of commercial capabilities that the space agency can use as it maps a human path to Mars. Two of the companies — SpaceX and United Launch Alliance (ULA) — are developing launch and other space-travel capabilities growing out of their existing launch services business. The other two — ATK and Final ...

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