NASA Hopes To Keep Low-Earth-Orbit R&D Thriving

ISS activity
Astronaut Bob Hines activates a CubeLab Satellite to validate a new attitude-control technology for small satellites.
Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—In its nearly 22 years of continuous staffing, the International Space Station (ISS) has hosted more than 2,500 science investigations and technology-development activities, a legacy benefiting both life on Earth and the human exploration of deep space, according to a new report from NASA...

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