Bishop and Bartolomeo Prepare For ISS Debuts

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Airbus figured it would not be too hard to add an external platform for experiments to the International Space Station (ISS), staking a claim in the burgeoning market for commercial space services. After all, the company had built dozens of spacecraft and worked on station hardware for 20 years “We...

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