Bigelow Aerospace is ready for the January launch of its Genesis II inflatable space module on a converted Russian ICBM as the company continues the successful orbital test of its first subscale module. The Bigelow flights are pioneering the development of privately financed inflatable manned space modules, while also providing business for a new commercial spaceport at a Soviet-era SS-18 ballistic missile base. The Bigelow design doesn't exist just as computer graphics or ...

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