HOUSTON—A NASA strategy to partner with the U.S. commercial sector to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) could enrich a growing global space economy if the agency and its international partners can stay the course to the Moon and Mars, its top strategist told SpaceCom 2019 on Nov 20. Despite cost and technical setbacks, NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is looking to achieve certifications in the new year to enable Boeing and Space X to begin transporting ...


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