Armadillo Aerospace and Masten Space Systems together will get about $475,000 in NASA funding to flight test advanced vehicles for the agency’s Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) program, which hopes to use private vehicles to take agency-backed experiments to the edge of space for microgravity and other research. With its share of the award money, Masten, which edged Armadillo in NASA’s lunar lander Centennial Challenge competition, plans to send its Xaero vehicle as high ...

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