Private ‘Bishop’ Airlock Would Move Around ISS Like Chess Piece

Credit: ISS: NASA
NASA’s International Space Station program office says it is "engaged" with NanoRacks, the pioneering commercial ISS-payload accommodation company, on the design of a portable airlock to move cargo in and out of the station’s pressurized volume. The company hopes to use the unpressurized "trunk" of...

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